Phlebotomist Salary

How Much Can I Expect To Make As a Phlebotomist? Nationwide, the median annual salary for phlebotomists in the U.S. is $39,216 (source: Salary.com). This means at least half of the people that perform phlebotomy earn more, and the other half currently earn less. The average Medical Phlebotomist earned $12.78/hour in 2012 and that has increased to $19.51/hour in 2023. Although there are some part-time Phlebotomists, the vast majority are full-time employees. Most part-time jobs …

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Phlebotomist Resume

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The Phlebotomist’s Resume: How to Write a Resume for the Phlebotomist’s Position The best technique for a good resume is to make it easy to find your contact information, and simple to read. One page is sufficient. Write the most important things first, like your email, phone, your name and your credentials. You want them to hire you so you want them to like the fact that you didn’t make them work too hard to …

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What Does A Phlebotomist Do?

What does a phlebotomist do?

So What Does a Phlebotomist Do Exactly? Remember your first needle? “Don’t worry… it won’t feel any different than a mosquito bite….” Yeah, right. No mosquito I ever knew bit that hard or was that scary looking. The person on the other side of that needle was either a Phlebotomist or a Nurse with phlebotomy training. These are the people whose responsibility it is to acquire a blood sample from a patient by skin puncture …

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Phlebotomy Training Online

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Can I Do Phlebotomy Training Online? With the explosion in popularity of online training programs, it’s totally understandable that you may want to take your Phlebotomy certification courses online. However, a major aspect of your training as a Phlebotomist is learning to successfully perform different kinds of venipunctures. And those sorts of skills, for obvious reasons, need to happen within a classroom setting. That being said, there are online college programs where you can take …

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How to Become a Phlebotomist

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The Definitive Guide on Becoming a Phlebotomist. So you’re interested in choosing Phlebotomy as your new career. Congratulations! To help you out we’ve created a simple how-to guide to help everyone and anyone interested in achieving certification. We have carefully divided up our guide to becoming a Phlebotomist into steps: 1) Getting the necessary education, 2) Applying for a job, and 3) Becoming a successful employee. Part 1: Getting Educated State Differences in Phlebotomy Certification: …

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Phlebotomy Technician Jobs

Phlebotomy job boards

Welcome To Our Phlebotomy Job Boards! This is an always-updating list of current employers seeking out aspiring Phlebotomists! Our jobs board is currently powered by Indeed.com: Jobs from Indeed.com What: Where: jobs by

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