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career paths may occur with postgraduate training. Practice type has been shown to influence veterinarians' incomes, 4 , 5 , 6 but the interaction of gender and practice type on income is not well understood. Veterinary medicine is one of the few

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all businesspeople, including veterinarians. Although many factors drive demand, price is an obvious one. People generally buy more of something when its price is lower or when it is on sale and generally buy less of that thing when its price is

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working in the veterinary profession, such as the enjoyment of helping animals, improving public health and safety, or teaching new veterinarians. Thus, the total benefit veterinarians receive from their veterinary degree includes both tangible (eg, income

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widespread change like this occurs over time, we refer to the phenomenon as a change in tastes and preferences. It turns out this and other such changes in demand can change the market price of veterinary services. A previous article, 1 “What veterinarians

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As the veterinary industry changes and evolves, it is becoming more difficult for veterinarians to be successful in private practice on the basis of their medical knowledge alone. Increasing corporate consolidation has put financial pressure on

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factor that affects all suppliers will lead to a shift in the supply curve. What determines the price at which veterinarians are willing to sell their goods and services? Answering this question depends first on determining the specific inputs—in what

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, that veterinarians must comply with to be licensed to practice veterinary medicine. The American Animal Hospital Association requires accredited veterinary practices to use anesthesia when performing dental procedures. All of these various standards

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