Billings Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Billings is the largest city in Montana, but it is not the capital. Anyone considering a career in phlebotomy will find a range of choices to study or work in this hub of activity for the state.
In this article, we present your top choices for either studying phlebotomy or working in the city.
A recent study of population data estimated that the population of Billings in 2019 was just over 109,000. The Billings Metropolitan Area took that number to just over 183,000 while the trade area is in the region of 500,000 people.
The most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report from 2019 indicated that there were 150 phlebotomists in Billings. The total number of phlebotomists operating in the state at the same time was 500. This means that around 1/3 of the phlebotomists in the state operate in Billings.
According to the same recent BLS data, phlebotomists can expect a 17% job demand increase over the decade between 2019 and 2029. Comparatively, the mean average for all jobs was just 7%.
Billings phlebotomists have multiple opportunities for employment. These cover, among other things, primary healthcare, medical supplies, blood banks, clinics, and public health:
The industry and self-reported pay rates for phlebotomists in Billings are as follows:
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