Veterinary medicine's top 10 regrets

Veterinary medicine's top 10 regrets

Here’s what veterinarians wish they had done differently, according to the 2015 Veterinary Economics Career and Family Survey.

April 28, 2015
By dvm360.com staff
VETERINARY ECONOMICS
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Introduction

Data from the 2015 Veterinary Economics Career and Family Survey shows that in general veterinarians are happy with where they are in their lives, with 59 percent responding yes when asked, “Are you happy with how your life has turned out to this point?” Five percent replied no, and 36 percent said yes and no. But there are still things that you’d change. Click through the pages that follow to see the top 10 regrets and a few respondents’ thoughts.

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