Honolulu Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Honolulu is the capital and principal city of Hawaii, the archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. It is located on Oahu – the third largest of all the islands. As it is the center of Hawaii, there is much opportunity to both study and work as a phlebotomist.
Read on to learn about your best options for phlebotomy schools and training programs, as well as the career outlook for phlebotomy jobs in Honolulu.
Government statistics estimate that the population of Honolulu in 2019 was 345,000, while the Metropolitan Area expanded that population to around 953,000. As the largest city and the state capital, it is the center of employment opportunities.
BLS projections from 2019 suggest that demand for phlebotomists will increase nationally by 17.7%. This outstrips most other medical professions and the average of all jobs (7%).
You will find the most work opportunities in Honolulu at the following organizations in and around the city. They include primary healthcare, blood donation services, and diagnostics:
Employment and labor websites have calculated that the average salaries to work as a Phlebotomist in Honolulu are as follows:
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