Making the decision to take on a new career can be difficult, especially if you're seeking to enter a completely new field. How can you know you're ready for a specific career? Well, for starters, earning a degree in your field is a good indicator of both interest and competence. If you're interested in healthcare, there are many options available to you. One career path that is an integral part of the medical team is that of the medical lab tech.
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Wouldn’t it be nice if you could capitalize on the exciting opportunity in healthcare without losing almost a decade of valuable time in school? Well you’re in luck! We identified five growing medical field jobs you can land in four years or less. Keep reading and you may just stumble upon your future medical career!
It’s important to know that not all healthcare careers involve direct patient care. There are in-demand opportunities in the field that allow you to work behind-the-scenes while still having a positive impact on people’s health. Becoming a medical lab tech (MLT) is one of those opportunities.
If you have a flair for science, an eye for detail and you love the idea of solving a medical mystery that could help save a life, you may be destined to become a medical lab technician! But before you sign on the dotted line, we gathered government data and some expert insight to give you behind-the-scenes look at this career.
If you’re thinking about becoming a medical lab technician, there’s more to consider. A career is not just about the job itself. You also have to take into consideration the cost of living in your area and what opportunities are available to you. Check out our medical lab technician salary map to see where you have the most promising earning potential.
Fargo medical lab tech student Brittaney Lettow has found a new career focus that, while practical, is far from dull. Here is how she plans to help doctors diagnose potentially life threatening diseases.
The job may sound pretty straightforward at first, but there is actually a lot to lab work beyond beakers and test tubes. We spoke to a few medics working in the field and uncovered seven things about working in a lab that you never would have guessed.
Now that you have narrowed down your future career path to the healthcare industry, where should you go from here? It may be overwhelming narrowing your decision down to the exact field you'd like to pursue; however it's not as difficult if you know your strengths and interests.
Check out the latest from our What Should I Do With My Life video series as we discuss the wide open career field as an MLT.
Learn about the growing career option in the healthcare industry -medical lab technology, a career path that can be pursued through a Medical Laboratory Technician Associate's degree.