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When I graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010, there were only a handful of advertised jobs. I was hired by a rural practice near Calgary through a lucky word-of-mouth connection—vet positions in this area were in short supply.
Times have changed. Now veterinary professional publications feature pages of vet wanted ads, offering all manner of incentives including signing bonuses and community desirability (“come work in our rural community, we have excellent schools, community recreational facilities and proximity to an international airport”).
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