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Overtaking Inflation: Veterinarian Compensation in Government, Industry, and Academe
October 28, 2019
For veterinarians employed outside clinical practice, in government, industry, or academia (GIA), 2019 was a positive year. Median annual compensation climbed by 5.8%, significantly outpacing inflation. This helped regain ground that had been lost in previous years, when compensation had fallen. The survey of veterinarians working in GIA is an annual project commissioned by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) Business Development Program, the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) Business Management Program, and the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI). This research provides valuable information on the compensation, benefits, hours worked, responsibilities, etc., of veterinarians employed in these fields.?
To read the rest of this article, look for it in November's issue of The Canadian Veterinary Journal or have your CVMA website log-in ready and visit the CVMA's Practice Management Resources web section by clicking here.
The CVMA acknowledges the collaboration of the provincial veterinary medical associations and is grateful to the program co-partners for their financial support of the Business Management Program.
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