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The first place to look for a job is at your veterinary school. Potential employers routinely let schools know when they need to fill positions. Your school’s job placement office will have a current list of job openings. It’s common for graduates to join practices where they have worked as assistants during veterinary college. In your third or fourth year, start checking with your guidance counselor for these opportunities. Networking is an excellent way to find your first job. Throughout veterinary college, you’ll be working with experienced veterinarians who can help you when you graduate.
The federal government is probably the single biggest employer of veterinarians. New graduates don’t need experience or special training to land jobs as meat and poultry inspectors or disease control workers for the US Public Health Service or the military. Look online or in the yellow pages for the nearest Office of Personnel Management. Many colleges and universities employ graduates as student instructors. They also hire veterinary specialists for both teaching and research. Your college placement office will have details on these positions.
There is strong support for public health and food safety. State and federal governments, medical schools, and research laboratories need veterinarians to make sure the food we eat is safe, to control the spread of animal-borne diseases, and conduct biomedical research on human health problems. Veterinarians with postgraduate training in public health and epidemiology have the best chance of working for the federal government. Other job opportunities exist at veterinary colleges, animal food companies, and pharmaceutical companies.