Vet Tech Job Outlook
Veterinary Technicians are in demand! In fact, the Vet Tech career has a 19% “much faster than average” anticipated job growth rate (U.S. Department of Labor). This makes Veterinary Technology one of the fastest growing careers in America that typically requires an Associate’s Degree. There are already more than 100,000 Vet Tech jobs in the US alone at places like veterinary hospitals, animal shelters, research facilities, laboratories, zoos, and more.
The field of Veterinary Technology also offers a favorable annual salary when compared to fields with similar education requirements. Add to that all the time and money that can be saved with a focused 2-year program (as opposed to the the 8-12 years of schooling that Veterinarians undertake) and it becomes clear that pursuing Veterinary Technology is a great option when considering a career in veterinary medicine.
Contact our admissions team on campus today to get more information about this fast-growing career field.
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Credentialed veterinary technicians can go on to earn additional, nationally-recognized, veterinary technician specialty credentialing while working in the field (no additional formal degree is required past the degree offered at Bel-Rea).
16 options are currently available to graduates: Anesthesia and Analgesia, Behavior, Clinical Pathology, Clinical Practice (with subspecialties in Canine/Feline, Diagnostic Imaging, Feline, Exotic Companion Animal, and Production Animal), Dentistry, Dermatology, Equine, Emergency and Critical Care, Internal Medicine (with subspecialties in Cardiology, Large Animal Medicine, Neurology, Nutrition, Oncology, Ophthalmology, and Internal Medicine), Laboratory Animal, Physical Rehabilitation, Surgery, and Zoology.
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