In Hawaii an estimated 46 students graduate from veterinary schools every year. Hawaii has 2 veterinary schools to choose from, if you are interested in studying veterinary. Tuition at Hawaii's veterinary schools is approximately $4,551 per year for a degree in veterinary.
Hawaii's largest veterinary school, which is located in Honolulu, is University of Hawaii at Manoa. Approximately 33 students graduated with a veterinary degree from University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009, which is 72% of the total state veterinary graduates for that year. If you decide to attend University of Hawaii at Manoa, you can expect to pay approximately $7,167 per year to earn your degree in veterinary.
Veterinarian is the most popular career choice for those who graduate with credentials in veterinary. The job outlook for veterinarians in Hawaii is not very good. In Hawaii, there are currently about 370 veterinarians. The government expects, by 2018, for this number to increase by 7%, or to 400 veterinarians.
As a veterinarian in Hawaii you can expect to earn anywhere from less than $18,040 per year to more than $42,705 per year. The median salary for veterinarians in Hawaii is $31,105 per year.
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