Each year, in Vermont, an average of 94 students graduate with credentials in veterinary. Vermont has 2 veterinary schools to choose from, if you are interested in studying veterinary. You can expect to pay an average of $12,119 per year in tuition for a degree in veterinary in Vermont state.
The largest veterinary school in Vermont, by student population is University of Vermont. It is located in Burlington. In 2009, a reported 65 students graduated with a veterinary degree from University of Vermont. This was 69% of the total veterinary graduates in Vermont for that year. Tuition at University of Vermont, was $13,554 per year in 2010.
A majority of those with an education in veterinary pursue a career as a veterinarian. If after graduation, you are planning on working in Vermont, it is important to know that the job outlook for veterinary graduates in the state is good. There are currently an estimated 390 veterinarians working in Vermont. And the government projects that this number will increase by 36%, or to 530 veterinarians by the year 2018.
If you work as a veterinarian in Vermont, your yearly salary can range from less than $23,063 to more than $39,550. In Vermont, veterinarians make an average of $30,620 per year.
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