By Marcella Sanchez, CPT | Updated: Feb 13, 2022

Charleston Phlebotomy Classes & Courses

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Charleston, SC

While Charleston is not the capital of South Carolina, it is considered the state's main city and is the largest by population. The Metropolitan Area is the 74th largest in the U.S., making it a great place to study and work, and enter a phlebotomy career.

Here, we present all your phlebotomy choices – whether that's for study or work in Charleston.

Charleston, SC Phlebotomy Jobs by the Numbers

Estimates of the population of Charleston in 2019 hover at 137,566 residents. The Greater Metropolitan Area's population was around 802,122 at the same time.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published its most recent data in May 2020. That report claimed 380 phlebotomists operated in Charleston, while the state's total was 2,170.

Between 2019 and 2029, the national demand for phlebotomists is expected to grow 17%. The average growth of all jobs at the same time is projected at 7%. This means that phlebotomy careers are expected to grow over double the occupational rate, proving it a great career choice.

Phlebotomy Careers and Employers in Charleston, SC

Phlebotomists looking for a career in Charleston will often find the following organizations most often hiring new employees. This includes organizations in diagnostics, frontline health, and specialty clinics:

Phlebotomist Salaries in Charleston, SC

The following salary data will give you an idea of what Charleston phlebotomists earn:

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Other Phlebotomy Schools Nearby

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