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Name: Skyllar Richey 4B

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Occupation: Veterinary
Technologist and Technicians
Career Pathway: Therapeutic
Services

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Tasks
Knowledge
1. Care for and monitor the conditions of animals recovering
from surgery.
1. Customer and Personally
Service- Knowledge of principles
for
2. Maintain controlled drug inventory and related log books.
providing customer and
personal
service.
3. Administer anesthesia to animals, under the direction of a
2. English LanguageKnowledge of the structure and content
of the English language including the
meaning and spelling of words, rules of
composition, and grammar.
Veterinarian, and monitor animals responses to anesthetics so that
dosages can be adjusted.

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4. Restrain animals during exams or procedures.


3. Mathematics- Knowledge of
arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.
5. Administer emergency first aid, such as performing
emergency resuscitation or other life saving procedures.
Tools & Technology (sometimes not listed, indicate on your paper)
Skills
1. Animal catching devices- Animal capture
1. Speaking Talking to others to convey
nets; Animal catching poles; Animal snares.
information effectively.
2. Animal husbandry equipment- Cattle chutes;
2. Reading Comprehension Understanding
Dehorners; Hoof picks.
written sentences and paragraphs in work
3. Spreadsheet software- Microsoft Excel
related documents.
3.Monitoring Monitoring/Assessing
performance of yourself, other individuals, or
organizations to make improvements or take
corrective action.

Abilities
1. Oral Expression The ability to
communicate information and ideas in
speaking so others will understand.
2. Deductive Reasoning The ability to apply
general rules to specific problems to produce
answers that make sense.
3. Oral Comprehension The ability to listen
to and understand information and ideas
presented through spoken words and
sentences.

Work Activities
1. Getting Information Observing, receiving,
and otherwise obtaining information from all
relevant sources.
2. Documenting/Recording Information
Entering, transcribing, recording, storing, or
maintaining information in written or
electronic/magnetic form.
3. Assisting and Caring for Others
Providing personal assistance, medical
attention, emotional support, or other personal
care to others such as coworkers, customers,
or patients.
Work Context
1. Contact With Others 95% responded
Constant contact with others.
2. Telephone 86% responded Every day.
3.Importance of Being Exact or Accurate
77% responded Extremely important.

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Previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is required for these occupations. For example, an
electrician must have completed three or four years of apprenticeship or several years of vocational training,
and often must have passed a licensing exam, in order to perform the job.

Job Training (look under Job Zone)


Employees in these occupations usually need one or two years of training involving both on-the-job experience
and informal training with experienced workers. A recognized apprenticeship program may be associated with
these occupations.

Education Needed (will be the one w/ highest #)


Associate's degree
Interests

1. Realistic Realistic occupations frequently


involve work activities that include practical,

Name: Skyllar Richey 4B

hands-on problems and solutions. They often


deal with plants, animals, and real-world
materials like wood, tools, and machinery.
Many of the occupations require working
outside, and do not involve a lot of paperwork
or working closely with others.
2. Investigative Investigative occupations
frequently involve working with ideas, and
require an extensive amount of thinking. These
occupations can involve searching for facts
and figuring out problems mentally.

Work Values
1. Working Conditions Occupations that
satisfy this work value offer job security and
good working conditions. Corresponding needs
are Activity, Compensation, Independence,
Security, Variety and Working Conditions.
2. Support Occupations that satisfy this
work value offer supportive management that
stands behind employees. Corresponding
needs are Company Policies, Supervision:
Human Relations and Supervision: Technical.
3. Relationships Occupations that satisfy this

Work Styles
1. Cooperation Job requires being pleasant
with others on the job and displaying a goodnatured, cooperative attitude.
2. Dependability Job requires being reliable,
responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling
obligations.
3. Integrity Job requires being honest and
ethical.

work value allow employees to provide service to


others and work with co-workers in a friendly noncompetitive environment. Corresponding needs are
Co-workers, Moral Values and Social Service.

Related Occupations
1. Respiratory Therapists
2. Nuclear Medicine Technologists
3. Surgical Technologists

Wage & Employment Trends


Median Wages: $14.94 hourly, $31,070 annual
Employment: 85,000 employees
Projected Growth: Much faster than average (22% or higher)
Projected job openings: 33,400
Top Industries:
Click on the button next to State Wages Select Arkansas: click Go. Click 2013 Wage Table

State and National


Wages

2013
Pay
Period

Low

Median

High

Hourly

$10.28

$14.94

$21.98

Yearly

$21,390

$31,070

$45,710

Hourly

$9.35

$13.27

$18

Yearly

$19,450

$27,610

$37,440

Location
United States

Arkansas

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Arkansas & Go
United States

Arkansas

Employment
2012

2022

Percent
Change

84,800

109,800

+30%

3,340

Percent
Change

Job Openings 1

Employment
2012

2022

280

310

+13%

Job Openings 1

10

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