Veterinarian one of the best careers for 2011

Veterinarian one of the best careers for 2011

Experts predict strong growth for the veterinary profession over the next decade.
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Dec 13, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

US News and World Report released its list of the best careers for 2011 and veterinarian made the cut. The publication cited criteria like strong job outlook and growth, earnings, upward mobility, activity and stress levels, education, and preparation. Click here to read the publication’s rundown about veterinarians.

Click here to review the full list and the methodology behind it.

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