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Market trends: Gender and practice
Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Rural veterinary shortage caused by retention issues, not attraction

April 16, 2010

Two studies focus on motivations for entering and leaving rural practice.

Source: dvm360

Tips for women on work-life balance

July 15, 2009

You can't do it all. But a speaker at this year's AVMA conference has seven steps to help you do what's most important.

Source: FIRSTLINE

Interesting tidbit: Women are better off in recessions

May 5, 2009

Men more likely to lose jobs during hard times

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Women more affected than men by overworked spouses

October 9, 2008

Working women 44 percent more likely to quit jobs in dual-breadwinner housholds.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Long hours hurt women

August 28, 2008

Wives affected more by husbands working longer hours than vice versa.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

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Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

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From the Veterinary Economics archives: How successful are women veterinarians?

June 23, 2008

This 1969 article reveals that one of the profession's hottest conversations has been going on for quite some time.

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