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Veterinary Technician

If you love animals and are searching for a job with great career-growth opportunities, you should consider training as a veterinary technician. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of veterinary technicians should grow rapidly through 2014. While working under the supervision of veterinarians, a veterinary technician performs various medical tasks with animals, including laboratory and clinical tests. Veterinary technicians' specific duties may include urinalyses, blood samples, medication administration, and vaccinations. You can enroll in either a two-year or a four-year school program to train as a veterinary technician. During these programs, students may take courses in clinical and laboratory settings, often using live animals. After earning their degrees, most veterinary technicians choose to gain certification by passing a state credentialing examination.

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