So, it’s been about a decade since you graduated near the top of your Class in veterinary school, and five years since you really started hitting your professional stride. That’s great, but there’s something about going to work every day which is beginning to wear on you – there are just no surprises any more. Here are 8 ways to breathe new life into your Veterinary career.
The fact that you love your job and the animals that you care for doesn’t have to mean that you let the opportunity for a salary increase pass you by. Your services are in demand now, and that demand is only going to increase; so, if it’s been a while, now might be a good time to have THAT chat…
We went out and asked some of the leading Vet Nurses around the world who have achieved personal, professional and financial success, what are some of the key steps for you to consider – it may come as a surprise to you, but the very best specialist Vet Nurses or Technicians earn a six-figure income. Here are 9 essential steps to put you n a similar trajectory.
You probably don’t get told this enough but we are deeply grateful that as a Vet or Vet Nurse or Veterinary Team Member you care for our pets and animals. You are generous, empathetic and your many years of study, as well as you practical experience, means you are an expert that we trust. Inevitably things don’t always work out, so how can veterinary caregivers manage the stress?
So, you want a life in which you can pick and choose when and where you work – you want to be a Locum or Relief Vet. You may want to travel, spend more time with your kids and family or start a research project. Whatever the reason, all that is possible if you’re a Locum or Relief Veterinary professional. Here are some handy tips to get you started…
Remember, it is called a Job AD…and like all good ads, it is there to entice people to action, not do the entire sales job. All you really want to happen is for you to receive plenty of resumes; having too many to choose from is a much better problem than having one…or none.
This Job Ad is a sample we have prepared here at Vet & Pet Jobs based on our article “How To Write The Perfect Veterinary Job Ad” by Matt Lee.
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Sometimes changing jobs is inevitable. There are a myriad of reasons – your partner may have secured an opportunity of a lifetime, you may need to be a little closer to family as they need care or you decide that its time to step up, move ahead in your career and changing jobs is the most viable option. So, having made the big decision, it’s now time to start working on your Social Media strategy.