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In recent years, concerns have been expressed over the supply and distribution of veterinarians to meet increasing societal demands for animal care and a safe food supply. 1 In particular, the supply of food animal veterinarians as well as

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imbalance. 4–12 In 2009, 50.9% of US veterinarians were female. 4 In contrast, in 2010, 76.23% of applicants to schools and colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States were female. 12 To succeed, the veterinary profession must improve efforts to

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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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Earning differentials between male and female veterinarians continue to be reported in the AVMA's biennial Report on Veterinary Compensation, 1 with women consistently earning less than men, even after differences in years in practice, ownership

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veterinarians: perspectives gained from the 13- and 14-year-olds who attended Michigan State University's Veterinary Camp, and conclusions about our obligations . J Vet Med Educ 2004 ; 31 : 199 – 202 . 10.3138/jvme.31.3.199 3. College of Veterinary

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