Train animals for riding, harnessing, performance, obedience, or service.
Animal Trainers train animals for a variety of purposes. They work with animals to get them used to human contact. They may train animals for competition, or to serve people with disabilities. They may also train animals to carry loads or packs.
|Wages||$16.73 per hour on average|
|Outlook||The outlook is Very Good|
|Education & Training||High School or less is needed for entry.|
|Related Programs (Current training programs available)||
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|Career Pathways||Recreation, Amusements and Attractions|
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