Become a Phlebotomy Technician to draw and prepare blood for testing. Since many people fear needles and the sight of blood, the Phlebotomy Technician instills trust and comfort in patients by creating a safe, professional and compassionate environment.
Constantly evolving technology has created an ever-growing demand for medical lab tests, making this career path lucrative. The range of skills you'll learn are useful in almost every other health care career. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for Phlebotomy Technicians in 2017 was $33,670 and has a job outlook between 2016-2026 of 25% growth.
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