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From your research, it seems like becoming a veterinary technician is the job for you, but maybe you’ve also seen information about becoming a veterinary technologist. Wondering what’s the difference between them and which job is right for you? Here’s what you should know about the education, work, and certification needed to take the first step toward beginning a career you love helping animals.
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Today, about 44% of available jobs require a degree. Having a college degree can also make a difference in how much money you earn! Those with a degree can actually earn around $24,000 more per year than someone without a degree. That means that, if you’re looking for a high-paying job, going to college could be your best way to reach that goal. But if you already have a busy life, work, and family responsibilities, going back to college to earn a degree can seem impossible. It doesn’t have to be! With self-paced, online college degrees, you can earn a degree around your schedule. Here's what you should know about online college to help you decide if it’s right for you!
Vet Tech Career
If you love animals, pursuing a career as a vet tech can be very rewarding. But becoming a veterinary technician does come with some challenges. If you're thinking about making veterinary technology a part of your future, here are a few things you should consider to make sure it's the right career choice for you.
vet tech career paths
Veterinary technicians have a wide range of options when it comes to finding employment. In the final part of our six-part series, we review five different career paths for vet techs!
Kitchen of a home
A career as an interior designer can be fun, creative, and full of possibilities. Interior designers have the unique opportunity to work with high-end private clients, commercial contracts, and many more diverse types of clients. This allows them to learn and specialize in specific styles to develop their own unique designs and styles. Here’s how Penn Foster’s Interior Design Associate Degree Program can help you prepare for a career full of color, fabric, and creativity.

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