How did you get your start doing lab technician work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
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I have a B.S. in criminal justice and been in the healthcare field for five year's. Someone recommend to me to look into Forensics and suggested going into a medical technologist program. I could only find one medical tech program in the state and several biotech degrees.Curious do you need a bachelor's to enter this field? Does pay and tuition balance out? Do you enjoy your work?I enjoy working with my hands and working with technology/hardware. One of my favorite job's I have done in the healt...
If you have Medical Technology degree you can do research degree like what biotech can do.... another big difference between the two is the Biotechnology more in science and research. while medical technology do science, research, diagnostics and Know the Medical thing about diseases. for me both Biotechnology and Medical technology are Good course = )
I'm really interested in being a travel MLT. I finished school in May of last year and got a job right away. I have 8 months experience working as an MLT in ugent care. I love the independant work, but my heart is in the thought of travel. I have talked to a couple recruiters/reps with about 3 companies and all say they want at least a year experience. I was wondering if anyone has done this type of job and how they feel about it? Do you have any tips? I really want to get started on this as soo...
I am current a generalist MLT looking to become MT/CLS. I have looking at Online Medical Laboratory Science Program. It better fits me, I think. I still need to work full time and stuff. I don't know which one to choose. Here are some online programs I found by googling: University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), Weber State University & University of Cincinnati (UC). Anyone have any suggestions or preference?
Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
I would like to find out what I would need to study to become a lab technician and how long it takes... What would the best places to study this be?
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming lab technician interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
There are many different types of labs that you can work in(medical,forensic, environmental, academic etc). I work for an environmental lab- it could sometimes be stressful, I stand for about 3/4 of the day, do not have to interact with clients but have to work closely with coworkers. The best thing about working in a lab is that usually there is not much variation throughout the day, you learn the tests, you do the tests. The worst thing is not enough money in labs.
I am working a medical school as a Research associate, i have a masters in biomedical engineering. I want to get some sort of certification so that I can get a better well paid job. Not sure though about which certification is best, I have been looking into clincal research associate education and certification program. Can any one please provide and guidance in this field or any other certification program.Thanks
I was at work oil test laboratory energy ministry power plant but I will work with you
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 technician opportunities?
What do you enjoy most about being a lab technician? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
iam currently working in a very fast pace hospital doing alot of blood draws
What are the top 3 traits or skills every lab technician must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your lab technician expertise?
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