Becoming a veterinary technician can be an exciting decision for many pet lovers. In fact, it is one of the few careers with animals that pays well and makes you feel like you are making a difference.
Unfortunately, what your career counselor usually tells you about this career is the brochure version instead of their real job responsibilities.
One common misconception is that you don’t work with people, you only work with pets. Like it or not, you are probably going to interact just as much with the pet’s parents as you would with the pet itself.
In the infographic below, we listed ten things your career adviser doesn’t normally tell you when it comes to what vet techs do. You can read more details of each point in the article here.