Times are tough. You need an edge. Whether you are a new or established practice, economic insights into what’s happening in veterinary medicine can help grow your business.
Whether you’re looking for reliable data on professional earnings, employee fringe benefits or starting salaries for graduating veterinarians, the 2013 edition of the AVMA’s Report on Veterinary Compensation has what you’re looking for and can be purchased online in either PDF or softcover book form at a reduced member rate. If you’re looking for detailed information on financial data related to private practices, you can turn to the AVMA Report on Veterinary Practice Business Measures, which also is available in both PDF and softcover formats. Packaged PDF or book rates for both publications also are available.
Both publications contain timely and accurate information that is designed to help you make informed practice and career decisions. The data also allow AVMA staff and leadership to take a critical look at the financial state of veterinary practices as we continue to help ensure the profitable and productive delivery of veterinary services.
Update Posted March 28, 2013: We would like to direct you to a few online resources where you can find salary and professional data excerpted from the AVMA Report on Veterinary Compensation.
Members can access information on median salary by practice type through the AVMA’s website. The page also contains data on the number of veterinarians by position and gender.
Our online salary calculator allows you to see percentile breakdowns of salaries based on practice type, years of experience and owner/associate status.
In addition, members also can turn to the website for first-year employment salary information that highlights starting salaries for 2012 U.S. veterinary medical college graduates by distribution of pay level and professional discipline.
Finally, a JAVMA News article containing additional information will be published in print April 1 and is currently available online. Summaries of the report also will be published in future issues of JAVMA.