Listen Now: Among The Animals: The Best Jobs For Pet Lovers
Want to spend your day with four legged co-workers? Consider a job in the animal industry.
The animal kingdom needs more humans to take care of its members. And to help you decide if it’s the right move for you MSN Money has a list of twenty-five jobs that might brighten up your work week.
The list takes into account the amount of training you need, the types of animals you might encounter and of course how much you could make. For example, you could take the obvious route of veterinarian, specializing in anything from cats and dogs to lions and tigers. You need a degree from a four year vet school and if you make the cut vets bring home an average of ninety three thousand dollars a year.
Or consider becoming a guide dog puppy trainer. Before they become guide dogs, the puppies need to grow up in a loving home for about a year and a half and be taught basic obedience.
For more animal jobs, check out the original article now. At least your co-workers can’t talk back.
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