I was thinking about getting a job in Animal Technician but i don't know how much they get paid..... can you please help?
I'm talking about the a job that takes place at a college, the job title is animal care technician.
I start college in September. I'm only going to community college, so I won't have every opportunity that I probably need right now. But for now, and for long term, what sorts of classes to I need to take to work with animals? And what colleges offer the best animal focused programs?
I want to be an animal care technician. I know the salary isn't amazing, but the job appeals to me.
I need to start figuring out what I want to do and I know I want to do something with animals. I would not be able to be a vet which sucks because I could not do surgery or put them down! I was thinking of a groomer but I'm not quite sure yet. If anyone has any ideas can they please let me know! I need help! I need to start seeing what college interests me!! Pleaseee! Thanks!
I'm in college now and going for a business management degree but recently I've taken a liking to PC repair and have been taking some electives on it. The only job I can think of to get some experience under my belt is with Best Buy's Geek Squad but even they require 6 months experience. I'm just looking to get some experience.
Does anyone know of any other jobs or companies that I can look into in order to get into this career field?
I am applying to work as a large animal veterinary technician for the summer. Obviously I need to put my animal and veterinary experience, but should I put experience like my restaurant job? It was pretty important in picking up some people skills (dealing with tough customers, etc.), but I'm not sure how much the employers will look at that.
I got a second interview with the Humane Society as an Animal Care technician. What kind of questions should I expect? Anything and everything helps.
Who does the euthanasia usually of animals, the technician or the vet? is it possible for a vet tech to never euth. by request or is that a requirement of the job?(in other words would they get fired)
I'm trying to decide which program to do next semester in college but both of these areas seem pretty closely related, and it's hard to choose? I know that both of them work with the environment, but are wildlife technicians more focused on animals? And are environmental technicians more focused on the environment? If anyone can give clear distinctions between the two, that would be great, thanks
I was referring to the differences in the type of activities that they do. If you don't have an intelligent answer, then don't waste time answering the question.
I have been an animal care technician for the past ten years, and have recently been entertaining starting a career in the army. will the army examine my prior work experience, and will it help me land the job i want, which is a 68t animal care specialist?
I want to work in animal rescue or at a zoo and I was wondering what I would need to major in in college and what training I would need.
Like who assigns that person to a location is a government job like a agency do you have to apply for all your jobs also how does working out of whatever state your from like?How does housing work along with other basic essentials?
Also what about when the season is over do wildlife biologists sitll get to work with animals?
I am thinking of going to school to be a veterinary technician. I am looking for any certified vet techs out there to give me some feedback on what the course work is like, what responsibilities you have once you are in the work environment, and what the average salary is. Thank you!
Do I need a degree? Would an associates degree land me the job? What is the minimum education needed? How much does it pay? Where can i sek jobs? Thanks so much and please no rude comments or put downs.
Im currently a nursing university student and i am pondering about a carreer with a job related to animals...
does anyone live in montreal, and know what i can do to become an assistant vet
the stuff i find is not what i am looking for exactly....i mainly want to work with cats,dogs, etc.
mcgill offers a program related to farm animals =/
universite de montreal offers a doctorat in vet
vanier college offers a program mainly related to small domestic animals and i honestly dont want to test on animals...i want to help them....
people in montreal please let me know if you know the answer...
are any of you working in related fields?
is a animal technician salary starts from 17 000 to 24 000? thats like not even 10$ an hour =/
I'd like to have a career involving animals, but i dont think college is in my future. any ideas?
People always suggest I find another career path since I don't want to be a Vet, which seems like the only career with animals that make "enough money". But I insist that I must have a career with animals, even one that does not make much money.
Wildlife biologist and zoo keeper are my two choices, but both make around 35k, more or less.
How much do animal trainers make, mostly the ones that work with exotic animals?
What kind of classes in high school college and maybe even middle school to be a vet technician. My 2 best subjects are science and math and I'm SUPER good at them.
I absolutely adore animals, and i'm currently having a problem figuring out what I want to do career-wise for the rest of my life. And i'm thinking I want do deal with animals. What are some good fields that I can go to school for?
Is there a difference between the two? If so, what is the difference *exactly,* Details please, be specific!
Education, job duties, salary, certification or licensing, etc. needed for both.
I don't know the category this is supposed to be in, so tell me if it is wrong.
Thanks in advance!