Cheyenne Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Cheyenne is both the capital and the largest city in the rural state of Wyoming. As the principal city of the Cheyenne Metropolitan Area, it's a central hub and a great place to work in phlebotomy.
Here, you will find opportunities to study, and to work, in this great medical career in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Here are the study and training opportunities currently open to prospective phlebotomists in Cheyenne:
A survey in 2019 suggested that Cheyenne's population stood at 64,742. The Cheyenne Metropolitan Area's population, to include adjacent areas, was calculated at 99,500.
A Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report from 2021 claimed 60 phlebotomists worked in and around Cheyenne. 190 phlebotomists operated across the state. That means 1/3 of the state's phlebotomists are in Cheyenne.
U.S. demand for phlebotomists will grow some 17% between 2019 and 2029. The mean average of all jobs in the same decade is 7%. Phlebotomy, then, is a superb career option with job stability for the next decade, growing more than twice as fast as average.
Phlebotomists in Cheyenne will find most employment opportunities are available at organizations such as the following, representing specialty clinics, primary health, blood banks, medical research, and more:
The following sources report that the average salary (both self-reported and industry-reported) for phlebotomists in Cheyenne are as follows:
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