Hi, I'm Elora Murray at Fusion 360 Studios reporting for the Phlebotomy Training News Network. If any of you out there are wondering what to do for a career, well you are in luck. Today we will be talking about why Phlebotomy is a great career choice. First let's take a peek into the future shall we? Through 2018, the healthcare industry is expected to be the top growing industry in the US. And by the year 2022 the number of phlebotomy jobs is expected to increase by 27 percent. And to throw some more numbers at you, in 2013 over 41 thousand phlebotomists were employed at general medical and surgical hospitals.
And phlebotomists make up about 12 percent of the total work force for medical laboratories. And for those of you who are wanting to hear how much money a phlebotomist makes we have your answer, in 2013 the average wage for a phlebotomists was just over 31 thousand dollars. And in Alaska, Phlebotomists have the highest hourly mean wage, 19 dollars and 33 cents. Lastly, Rhode Island has the highest concentration of phlebotomists in the country and California is home to over 11 thousand phlebotomy jobs the most of any state. So if you are looking for a good career you might want to give Phlebotomy a try. That's all we have for today I'm Elora Murray with.
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So, you're thinking about a career in healthcare? Good choice. It's a broad field that's filled with lots of employment opportunities. But, before you jump into a preparation program, you'll want to have a realistic picture of what's involved. To make an informed decision on a career that's right for you, you'll need to know the type of tasks and challenges you'll experience in a particular job. And, the type of knowledge and competencies an employer will expect you to possess.
You'll need to figure out whether you have the necessary prerequisites, how long it will take to complete an educational program to prepare you for the career, and which licensure and certification exams you'll have to pass. You'll also want to consider the possibilities for career advancement and how the job might differ depending on whether you're employed at the hospital, a clinic, a doctor's office, or an extended care facility. Your local community college provides preparation programs that will support you in pursuing a healthcare profession.