By Marcella Sanchez, CPT | Updated: Feb 9, 2022

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Albany, NY

Albany is the capital of New York state and the seat of Albany County, New York. However, it is only the 6th largest city in the state. Its place as a strategic center makes it a great place to study phlebotomy and to work in the city. In this article, we help you navigate your phlebotomy options in Albany.

Albany Phlebotomy Jobs by the Numbers

According to a 2019 analysis, Albany's population was 96,460, down from the 2010 census figure of 97,856. However, when including the Albany Metropolitan Area, that estimate goes up to 1.1 million.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released data in 2021 collected through 2020 which reported that 190 phlebotomists worked in Albany. The total amount of phlebotomists working across the state of New York was 5,800.

The BLS projects a 17% increase in demand for phlebotomy between 2019-2029. In the same period, the mean average increase of all jobs is 7%, making phlebotomy a great career choice for the next ten years.

Phlebotomy Careers and Employers in Albany

Phlebotomists in Albany have plenty of choices for employment. The following represents the most likely and available employers, representing hospitals and clinics, blood donation, education, and more:

Phlebotomist Salaries in Albany

The table below provides salary data for phlebotomists in Albany:

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Other Phlebotomy Schools Nearby

Do you live outside the city of Albany? Search phlebotomy training programs in cities near you in Albany. Check out our listings below to find traditional, online, or hybrid classes near you.



Schenectady County Community College

Location: Schenectady, NY 12305