What do you enjoy most about being a lab assistant? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
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I'm a June graduate with a B.S. in plant biology. So far I have only worked in plant labs and after graduation I realized I don't have very many skills beyond measuring, making buffers, planting, and collecting seeds. I'm looking for work as a laboratory assistant or technician, but almost all the job listings I see require at least 2 years worth of experience and lab skills I've never learned. I also want to expand my skills beyond plant biology so I can possibly work in other labs too. Are...
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I'm looking at the postings here and I have to say that I am shocked at the spelling of words in them! How can you expect to secure a job when you pay no attention to how you are presenting yourself as a professional in the medical community? Attention to detail and being able to write "should" be a requirement especially in a medical career!
Hello. I'm a lab assistant working in Alabama. I've noticed that this forum is pretty bare so instead of going to thread after thread if anyone has any questions post them in this thread. I will be checking it daily and posting updates about our profession in this thread only.
Iam a grade 12 learner iam doing Maths Science subjects and my dream career is to become a laboratory assistant
I think you'll have to do a bit of research into exactly what kind of lab assistant you'd like to be. There are different fields like forensics(which itselfs has over 20 divisions), clinical,food e.t.c. so depending on what you're interested in you can take Biochemistry, Microbiology,Physiology,Forensic Science,Analytical Chemistry,Biomedicine...All Bachelor of Science degrees are 3 years.
IM DOIN GRADE 11 AND I WANT TO STUDY ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY.IM DOIN MATHS AND SCIENCE,I WANT TO KNOW IF ITS POSSIBLE TO GET A JOB IN VAAL AND HOW MUCH IS THE SALARY IN A FEW YEARS TO COME
Any clinic or doctor looking for a Medical transcriptionist or Medical assistant? I am a recent graduate in the Medical transcription field. I can type 85 wpm with 95% accuracy and has knowledge of medical terminologies.
Rate of pay is dependent on where you live, type of lab, and lab setting. Entry level clinical lab assistants placed in hospital settings are paid higher in the bay area. Rate of pay starts around $20/hour at some hospitals. The only opportunities for salary increase is experience and education. Lab assistants who want to excel in the field usually get their MLT(Medical Lab Technician) certification which entails an AA as the first step. Those who move furthur beyond obtain their CLS licens...
I'M LOOKING FOR JOB AS AMEDICAL ASSISTENT I REALY NEED A NEW JOB FAST I KNOW I SOUD DESPREAD BUT I REALY NEED A NEW JOB AND I CAN START AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
i am a 24 year old lady,i have a diploma in analytical chemistry its just hard to find a job.can you help me?
I moved here 1 year ago--i have a certification in phlebotomy--Were I can work anywhere Internationally-I am desperate for a job-I have worked Clinics-hospitals-private Physicians-offices-
i'm having a hard time finding job oppertunities as medical lab assistant in toronto or surrounding gta if anyone could send me in the right direction i would appreciate it as i would like to see what companies are hireing and how offten before i spend the money to go to school. thank you
I have been out of school since June and I even went the next step and became nationally certified even though you don't have to be to work in the field until a year after working in the field. I had hoped it would help me find a job but NO! Everyone just wants some one with at least 6 months minimum experience.. How do you get the experience if no one will give you the chance to get it?
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I live in NY and I have twenty plus years experience as a Phlebotomist. With todays economy I'm even having problems trying to find a job in my field.Word of advice to anyone out there like me -just hang in there - bad times dont last forever!
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?
What is the best training for becoming a lab assistant? What types of ongoing training or certifications are necessary to be an effective lab assistant?What do non-traditional career paths look like?
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Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most lab assistant opportunities?
I am about to take classes on lab assistant and bio tech.I would like to know what do they do exactly, and how much do they get paid starting off? someone please help meee!!!! thankyou sooo much in advance...
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming lab assistant interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
I am excited about new opportunities to work in a lab . I am hyped up about my life going into a different direction . To anyone out there starting a new career go for it!
How did you get your start doing lab assistant work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?