Columbus Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Columbus – it is both the capital and the largest city in the state of Ohio, and the 14th largest city in the U.S. Its prominence and size both make it a fantastic place to study and work in phlebotomy.
This article presents both your study and work options for phlebotomy in Columbus.
The best training and education options to help you work towards a phlebotomy career in Columbus are as follows:
2019 data suggests the Columbus population is around 898,533. Include the Metropolitan Area and that population increases to 2.12 million, making it the largest Metropolitan Area entirely in Ohio.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ most recent publication from 2021 reported that 680 phlebotomists operated in the city. The state's total from the same report was 5,920.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects phlebotomy demand to increase by 17% between 2019 and 2029. Over the same period, demand for all jobs was projected to grow by 7%. Right now, phlebotomy is a great career opportunity.
Columbus-based phlebotomists will find plenty of work opportunities. Industries within healthcare represented in Columbus include clinics and hospitals, blood donation services, education, and research:
The sources below report phlebotomy pay rates in Columbus (either self-reported or industry-supplied) at the following:
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