If you choose to pursue a career in phlebotomy, you'll have a good shot at both finding and keeping a job. Phlebotomists are in high demand in Hospitals, Doctor's offices. Diagnostic Labs , Blood donor centers,
and Health and Wellness companies, just to mention a few. There will more needs for phlebotomists as time goes on. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for phlebotomists is expected to grow at an amazing rate of 27 percent over the next several years. This means that roughly 27,000 new positions will open, and you could fill one of them.
Sourse: US Bureau of Labor Statistics ( www.bls.gov)
According to PayScale.com Phlebotomy salaries can range between $12.97 and $35.00 an hour depending on the type of phlebotomy job.
This is great career choice choice for you if:
1. You're okay with being around needles and blood.
2.Want to help people while making a decent salary.
3.Want to be part of a demanding career with stability.
4. Don't mind working some nights and holidays.
5. Willing to travel with some Phlebotomy postions.