The Veterinary Economic Report subscription provides the most current and vitally important veterinary economics information to veterinarians and others with a stake in the veterinary profession's success.
Prepared by AVMA's Veterinary Economics Division, the four-report series explores the many facets of veterinary economics, and will help veterinarians better understand the markets they operate in and the factors that affect their livelihood. The reports, to be released individually, are must-reads for anyone invested in the profession.
A free PDF download is available to all AVMA members and SAVMA members and also available in print at a discounted member price. The report series is also available for purchase to all non-AVMA members.
This report summarizes the economic and finance research presented at the annual AVMA Economic Summit and provides information about general U.S. economic conditions and the markets for veterinary education, veterinarians and veterinary services, and the performance of veterinary practices.
The market for veterinary education is the beginning of the pipeline to the market for veterinary services. This report examines the characteristics of veterinary college applicants, the supply of and demand for veterinary education, and the performance of the market in providing new veterinarians.
This report explores the demographics and employment of the veterinary profession; where veterinarians are located, what type of work they do, how much they are compensated, and how they are managing their educational debt. The report also measures unemployment and underemployment and identifies the contributing factors, and explores the performance of the market based on the value of the DVM degree.
All demand for veterinarians and veterinary education begins with the demand for veterinary services. This report provides the latest information on the price of veterinary services, price and income elasticity, and the financial performance of veterinary practices. Our forecasts of capacity utilization and excess capacity for regions and types of practices provide an indication of the performance of this market.
A free PDF download is available to all AVMA members and SAVMA members.
2016 The AVMA & AAVMC Report on the Market for Veterinary Education
2016 AVMA Report on the Market for Veterinarians
2016 AVMA Report on the Market for Veterinary Services