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Phlebotomists are found in a wide range of medical contexts, ensuring that blood draws go quickly and as efficiently as possible. Since many large hospitals and medical facilities require someone skilled in the field of phlebotomy, you’ll be the go-to professional in many cases. Along with drawing blood and obtaining samples, other tasks will routinely involve testing, cataloging, and storing blood samples safely and effectively.

There are a variety of needs for blood collection, so phlebotomists can find themselves working in many different medicine-related fields and practices. Such employment opportunities for those in the field of phlebotomy include blood drives, assisting surgeons and general practitioners, and just about any other medical context involving the routine drawing, testing, and storage of blood samples. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the typical annual salary of a phlebotomist in 2015 was $31,630, with a 25% job outlook until 2024! Now is a great time to consider finding a travel phlebotomist job!

Phlebotomist Education

All hospitals, clinics, and laboratories specializing in blood work will require professionals in the field of phlebotomy to have obtained all of the necessary certifications and education. Depending on the needs of the employer and the demands of one’s career specialization, it’s likely that phlebotomists will encounter varied techniques within the field. Although phlebotomists will usually be trained in all of the common types of blood withdrawal, there are practices like venipuncture, and fingerstick withdrawal which can be implemented with slight differences.

The typical education of a phlebotomist include either an associate’s degree of around 1-2 years of education, a bachelor’s degree of 3-4 years of education, as well as a phlebotomy certificate which can take 6 months to a year to achieve. Be aware that since phlebotomists practice in a variety of settings, there are often state-specific requirements that professionals will have to meet before finding a travel phlebotomist job. Start by checking with the full list of U.S. state pages to learn what specifics your state or a potential destination requires!

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