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Archive for November 6th, 2009

dog-and-technician1Did you ever think of becoming a veterinary technician? Now’s the time to do it.  Rebecca Rose, a certified Veterinary Technician in Colorado says that this field is expected to grow over 44% over the next eight years. The required training takes two years to complete.  You will need good people skills because you will be working directly with veterinarians and will be interacting with clients on a regular basis. You should also enjoy hands on patient care. Rebecca says that the love of pets, good people skills and a hands on approach is what drives people into this profession. Most of these specialists work in clinics or in animal hospitals.  Rebecca also mentions that there are many other work options from research and development to teaching to owning your own business.  Maybe this is the profession for you. We’re all in a time where changing professions is becoming a common occurrence. If you love pets, you can now enjoy a profession that will pay for all of the dog and cat toys and food as well as other accessories that you spend so much money on!