You have spent the last 7 or 8 years working towards your goal of becoming a veterinarian. Your whole life you have wanted this and now it is at your fingertips and almost about to happen. You have heard countless horror stories about difficult work environments, poor work/life balance, increasing suicide rates, unbearable student loans, and yet, yet here you are continuing on and preparing to go out into the world to start the next leg of your dream! You have invested your whole life and often at great cost not only to your bank account but your personal relationships as well to grab ahold of this dream and swing out into this big, wide world of animals that need your help. You have a dream, an idea of what you want to do and how you want your first job to be and you are hoping to drive up to some veterinary clinic and see this big red arrow flashing and know that this is the job, this is the location for you! It is true, I remember that feeling!