Question: Do Vets Make Good Money?

One of the reasons, as you might expect, is money.

More than half of veterinarians make $40,000 to $100,000 a year, which is a decent salary by any measure.

But most young veterinarians never see the high end of the $40,000 to $100,000 salary range.

Do vets make a lot of money?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that veterinarians earn a median salary of $88,770. The best-paid veterinarians earn $161,070, while the lowest-paid earned $52,470. Vets in their first year of practice can expect to earn a salary of approximately $60,000. Large-animal exclusive vets started at $68,933.

Do vets get paid more than doctors?

Veterinarians may not make as much as a doctor, but it is equally as rewarding. Veterinarians and doctors both provide medical care for patients – whether they’re human, feathered, four-legged or have scales. Doctors earn higher average salaries than veterinarians.

Is a vet a good job?

You got: Veterinarian Isn’t a Good Career Choice

Employers usually hire candidates with a bachelor’s degree and vet school. The median annual salary is $88,490. Take time to find a career that plays to your strengths. If you do, there is a much better chance you will have a successful career with which you are happy.

Where do vets make the most money?

Geographically, the state with the highest average salary for veterinarians was Connecticut, at $125,810. New Jersey, Hawaii, the District of Columbia and Pennsylvania were also among the highest-paid jurisdictions. Montana had the lowest average salary, at $60,590.