# Vet tech
Some More Things Vet Techs (and Vets) Are Tired of Hearing
The response from my articles, Things Vet Techs (And Vets) Are Tired of Hearing and all of the rest, have been overwhelming. The job is continuing to be overwhelming and the amount of things that clients complain about are becoming unbearable.
More Things Vet Techs (and Vets) Are Tired of Hearing
The response from my first piece, Things Vet Techs (And Vets) Are Tired of Hearing, was overwhelming. If you haven't had a chance to read it, you can check it out here. I shared it on my personal Facebook page, as well as in several groups filled with other veterinary professionals.
Things Vet Techs (And Vets) are tired of hearing
I have been a veterinary technician for years. I don’t really want to say how many actually, because I have done the job longer than some of my coworkers have been alive! Which basically means that I have seen plenty over my many years in the field.
Suicide In the veterinary field is getting worse
Suicide is becoming increasingly common, and though it often brings to mind teenagers who feel like they have no other choice, the truth is that it is out there. Many people think about committing suicide, while several go through with it. It doesn’t matter their age, sex, or career.
East Bay Veterinary Clinic looking for additional veterinarian
(Omar Marques / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) The East Bay Veterinary Clinic is looking to hire an additional veterinarian to join the existing two on staff. The full-time position is with a small private practice near Lake Merritt so commuting is relatively easy regardless of where potential applicants are coming from.