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I chose a Veterinarian as my job because, animals have a personality, a unique side of them, and a loving heart. But most of all when they get hurt or injured, they can not approach someone and express there hurt or feelings. So as a veterinarian, it would be my job's responsibility and dedication to find a cure and obtain all possible needs for them.
As a Veterinarian you tend to the healthcare needs of animals. This includes pets, livestock, and laboratory animals. Most vets work in private clinics treating animals. (For example dogs and cats.) They diagnose illnesses and perform medical procedures when working with the animals.
To become a Veterinarian, the skill and performance (education) level you need for the job is bachelors degree at a four year college before moving on to veterinary medicine school.
A Veterinarian could make up $50,480 to $141, 680.
In the United States there are about 102,583 compared with male and female doctors.
The future of this job will keep on going on forever because the more care for animals the more popular this job will become.
One job that is similar to a Veterinarian is a doctor or nurse because they all work in the medical field.