Exploring Veterinary Economics: Impact on the veterinary workforce of more veterinary school seats

Published on December 16, 2015
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In light of recent news related to the proposed creation of new U.S. veterinary schools, the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Economics Division conducted an economic analysis of how the veterinary workforce and, more specifically, the market for veterinary education may be affected by expanding the number of seats available to veterinary students.Econ-Chalkboard_350x228

This analysis is a reflection of the AVMA’s appropriate role as the national association representing the interests of its members. It does not take an opinion on the merits of the addition of new veterinary schools.


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