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’ perceptions related to DEI, members of the profession can work to break down barriers that prevent individuals from gaining access to the field. Methods Study population The ACVS demographic survey was made available to all current ACVS member

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overestimating the importance of price alone, economists include data on the full spectrum of all other demand determinants when they statistically estimate how the quantity purchased varies with price. The AVMA pet demographic survey, which is performed every

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According to the 2016 National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America demographic survey, 55% of veterinary technicians have an associate's degree. However, 30% reportedly have a bachelor's degree and 5.6% a graduate degree. 1 Of the

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significantly associated with job satisfaction. Discussion Few demographic studies have been performed to characterize populations of veterinary technicians in the United States. According to the results of the 2016 NAVTA demographic survey, 22 CVTs

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identifying factors associated with veterinary technician salary. A 2016 demographic survey by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America 2 also addressed compensation in the veterinary technology profession, including wages and benefits

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involved in that so we can have input for the best way of team building. According to the 2007 NAVTA demographic survey, two-thirds of members say salary is their biggest career problem. How big of an issue is it? It sort of depends on what aspect

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suggested that the topic of work-life balance and issues related to the shifting gender demographic were of both interest and importance to ACVS diplomates. Our response demographics were similar to those of the 2012 ACVS employment demographics survey, 15

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the largest CVT surveys to date is the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) 2016 Demographic Survey (NAVTA 2016). 18 This survey indicates the presence of multiple intrinsic rewards within the CVT profession, including the

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demographic survey data and video recordings collected 3 months before the intervention period. The Human Subjects Research Committee of the Colorado State University Research Integrity and Compliance Review Office and the University of Guelph Research Ethics

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sectors owing to a lack of state-level data and the regional nature of these employment sectors. Major data sources used to model demand for veterinary services and animal populations included results of previous AVMA economic and pet demographic surveys

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