YOUR DVM CAREER, Sep 1, 2007 - DVM
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YOUR DVM CAREER, Sep 1, 2007
Pet-related services skyrocket, experts say
Greenwich, Conn. — New graduates entering small-animal practice likely will enjoy financial growth due to the spending practices of 71.1 million U.S. households with pets.
National board warns students against cheating
By Jennifer Fiala
Bismarck, N.D. — A crackdown on cheaters taking the veterinary licensing examination may result in prosecutions.
Work habits DVMs need to succeed
By James M. Lewis
Veterinarians might consider it a source of pride to be ranked consistently as one of the nation's most trusted professions, but earning that honor doesn't come without effort.
Salary War
By Krista Schultz
National Report — Most residents pursuing specialties far surpass their DVM counterparts in long-term income despite earning just half the average starting salary paid to colleagues who immediately enter practice post graduation.
Gender-based wage gaps widen
By Krista Schultz
Washington — A recent American Veterinary Medical Association study reports huge gaps in the earned salaries of equally positioned male and female veterinarians.
More students abstain from declaring race, gender
By Jennifer Fiala
Washington — A greater number of minorities are studying veterinary medicine, but the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges' (AAVMC) latest enrollment data show the increase at just .4 percent.
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