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What are the top 3 traits or skills every lab assistant must have to excel?

Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your lab assistant expertise?

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Maria in Srinagar, India

76 months ago

Host said: What are the top 3 traits or skills every lab assistant must have to excel?

Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your lab assistant expertise?[yes/QUOTE]

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Maria in Srinagar, India

76 months ago

I have to appear in an interview for the post of of lab. Assistant.As I have done B.Sc.(Non-Medical)So the most no. of questions asked to me by the experts will be from Physics.Can u suggest the tips which would be beneficial for me to excel in the interview or can u tell me what will be the questions that will be asked to me in the interview.

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alex in Deltona, Florida

67 months ago

why lab assistant in florida has the lowest salary nationwide?

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cindymindy in Springfield, Massachusetts

67 months ago

use sterile technique
attention to detail and follow procedure
meeting turn around times
multi tasking and working under strss

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cindymindy in Springfield, Massachusetts

67 months ago

alex in Deltona, Florida said: why lab assistant in florida has the lowest salary nationwide?

i heard the cost of living is cheaper down there, so most jobs
don't pay that much.
a analyst told me once that it was really low pay rate down there for techs and analyst. good luck

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alex in deltona in Deltona, Florida

67 months ago

Thanks cindymindy,

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larryluthlal in Springfield, Massachusetts

67 months ago

Maria in Srinagar, India said:

always double check everything before you start procedures.
make sure your procedures are understandable to you
make sure all materials are at hand.

work in a good fashion timely manner.

If theres something that you don't know or having problem with, ask someone.

dates and times are important

Don't be afraid or ashamed to admit you made a mistake.

Cross training really helps a lot in learning a lot, and becoming a seasoned tech.

care about what you do always. If this work is related to the public, you'll definetly will take pride in your work and be dedicated.
the surrounding must be comforable to. You don't want to work with a bunch of snobs, team work, and helping coworkers is a good stable dedicated enviroment.
You'll know when you have found the right lab for you.
Good luck

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cindymindy in Springfield, Massachusetts

67 months ago

cindymindy in Springfield, Massachusetts said: use sterile technique
attention to detail and follow procedure
meeting turn around times
multi tasking and working under strss

I'm sorry. you might not have to use the sterile technique.It kinds of depends what kind of lab your working in. Some may not require a sterile technique.

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cindymindy in Springfield, Massachusetts

67 months ago

alex in deltona in Deltona, Florida said: Thanks cindymindy,

no problem, any time

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