Research Papers On A Career as a Veterinarian
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A Career as a Veterinarian
This 3 page paper looks at the career of a vet, what the job entails, qualifications and licensing, working conditions and salary. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
4 pages in length. Some people believe that being a veterinarian is more challenging than becoming a human doctor in light of the many different animal species diagnosed and treated by that single individual. Indeed, the extent to which becoming a veterinarian is both rigorous and rewarding underscores the basic motivation behind the desire to take this career path; that it requires the combined elements of unwavering commitment to animal welfare and sound business sense speaks to the unique duality of this profession. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 3 page paper. The career development theory to be discussed in terms of this writer’s career choices is the Social Cognitive Career Theory. The reasons for selecting this model are that it emphasizes personal agency and self-efficacy and it extends Bandura’s social learning theory into the realms of work and careers. Bibliography lists 1 source.
This 11-page paper discusses careers as political lobbyists. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This 5 page paper looks at the motivations and enticements which may cause adolescents to pursue a career in acting. Different influences are discussed, including the rational, opportunist and socio-cultural influences,. The paper ends by looking at the characteristics that will help support a successful career. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
This 11 page paper reviews the importance of career counseling in helping a young adult select a career for which they are not only suited but will likely excel in. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
This 5 page paper is an expository essay and example of language and literacy in the public space of a veterinarian's office. Examples explained in relation to function and literacy. Bibliography lists 0 sources.
This 5 page paper provides an overview of the basic elements related to pursuing a career in computer networking, and assesses the current research as it reflects a specific view of this career path. This paper also considers the author's perspective on this career path and the determinants of success in this career choice. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
8 pages in length. John Ensign is not what most people would envision as a typical politician. Having spent most of his time as either a veterinarian or casino director in Las Vegas, Nevada, it just did not seem a logical progression for him to forge ahead into politics. But that is exactly what he did and did well. The political world was sent spinning when Ensign won the southern Nevada Congressional seat in 1994, which started a short but illustrious career that was committed to helping Nevadans. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
5 pages in length. Determining one's future career endeavors is no longer as easy as merely deciding what path would like to pursue. In these contemporary times, there are a number of variables that help -- and also hinder -- a person's ultimate career choice, particularly with regard to issues from one's past. The present and future also hold other considerations that must be addressed when attempting to discern which direction to head for career fulfillment. Another primary factor in determining a career path is whether or not the chosen vocation will provide sufficient mental and physical stimulation for years to come. To put forth considerable time, effort and money into obtaining a particular career goal, only to find that it was not truly the correct path to follow, is an issue that must be given significant consideration. The writer discusses how attending to one's career requirements early on will help to solidify both the desire and the fruition of such a quest. Bibliography lists 2 sources.