Midwest Veterinary Services (MVS), a Nebraska-based animal health company, will add more jobs to the U.S. economy soon. Pharmabiz reports that MVS will spend $10 million to develop a state-of-the-art veterinary and biomedical research center. Additionally, the company will seek experienced professionals who could earn salaries between $65,000 and $100,000 annually.
New veterinary services opportunities could provide significant assistance to job seekers around the United States. These talented specialists can showcase their skills and deliver valuable support to help their respective employers distinguish themselves in a difficult economic climate.
According to The Herald News, Bristol Community College in Fall River, Massachusetts, will begin offering a veterinarian office assistant training program next month. The course is designed to provide students with veterinary skills they can use after they graduate. Pupils will work with live animals to gain hands-on experience to bolster their skill sets.
The veterinary industry could see an increase in profits as more students pursue careers in the sector. Animal hospitals and various veterinary clinics could also provide dependable support by conducting extensive searches for talented professionals to add to their work teams.
Content provided by executive search organization, MRINetwork.