AVMA analyzes vet employment

AVMA analyzes vet employment

Robust data collection by vet stakeholders critical to helping paint clearer picture of vet business sector.

AN UPDATE of the American Veterinary Medical Assn.'s (AVMA) "2013 U.S. Veterinary Workforce Study" shows that many aspects of the veterinary employment picture are improving.

The preliminary information was released Oct. 28 at AVMA's Annual Economic Summit held in Chicago, Ill., which was attended by nearly 200 veterinarians, academicians and economists. A final report detailing the findings will be released in January 2015 as the first installment

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