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public and food animal vs equine vs companion animal) and location (rural vs urban) of practice. Recent studies 6–8 have examined the practice type preferences of veterinary students and whether those preferences change during the course of their

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realization that veterinary students were probably unaware of gender disparities in earnings in the veterinary profession. Although starting salaries are published annually in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association , salaries for

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those with global implications, are met.” 1 In recognition of the importance of workforce development, faculty, staff, and students at the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine are working to increase the applicant pool for veterinary schools

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to the profession. A 2003 study 15 of students with high scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test, VMCAS applicants, and veterinarians reported that the strongest influences on selecting a career in veterinary medicine were experiences with

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used to widen children's perspectives, they need to represent the experiences of diverse groups of people. 70 A meta-analysis 71 of 22 studies found a mean correlation of 0.27 ( P < 0.01) between a student's personal interest in a book and learning

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