Lubbock Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Lubbock is Texas' 11th most populous city and the 83rd most populous in the U.S. Phlebotomists will find it a great place to either begin their training programs or to seek employment in this exciting area of health.
This article helps you navigate all your choices for phlebotomy education and employment in the Lubbock area.
Here is a selection of your phlebotomy training and education choices in Lubbock:
In 2019, the Lubbock population was reported to be 258,862 based on a pre-census estimate. When including the Metropolitan Area, that population increases to 327,424 people.
Every two years, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) publishes detailed reports about how many people work in each industry, including job growth outlook, salary, and other data. Its most recent report (from June 2021) stated there were 190 phlebotomists working in Lubbock. The state's total was 11,260.
That report claimed that phlebotomy demand will grow some 17% in the 2019-2029 decade. Meanwhile, the average growth for all jobs in the U.S. is estimated at just 7%.
There is plenty of work in Lubbock – phlebotomists there will come across many organizations looking to hire. They include clinics and hospitals, specialist healthcare, blood services, rehab, and research & development:
Phlebotomy pay will vary by location, between states, and even within states. The sources below report what you can expect to earn working in phlebotomy in Lubbock:
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