Salt Lake City Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Salt Lake City is Utah's largest city, and the state capital. Despite Utah's sparse population, the city itself is the 22nd largest in the country. This makes it an ideal place to start or continue your phlebotomy career.
Here, we highlight some of your best choices to train in phlebotomy and your most likely employment destinations as well.
Salt Lake City's estimated population from 2019 was calculated at 200,567 people. When including the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Area, that population increased to around 1.2 million.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ most recent report came out in May 2021. That reported examined data from 2019 and 2020 and stated that there were 630 phlebotomists working in Salt Lake City. An estimated 1,190 phlebotomists operated in the state of Utah as a whole, meaning over half the state's phlebotomists operated in the city.
Demand for phlebotomists across the U.S. will increase by 17% through 2029, according to the BLS report. Nationally, the average for all jobs is projected to grow by 7%.
Salt Lake City phlebotomists will find that the following organizations provide the most regular employment opportunities. These organizations operate in areas including primary healthcare, diagnostics, equipment and technology supply, and blood services, among others:
Below is salary data from several sources. It is a mix of self-reported and industry-reported information to give you a feel for what you can expect to earn as a phlebotomist in Salt Lake City:
|Area||BLS Annual Salary||Salary.com Hourly||Payscale.com Hourly||Glassdoor.com Hourly|
|Salt Lake City||$34,220.00||$16.29/hr||$14.85/hr||$15.15/hr|