St. Paul Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
St. Paul is the capital of Minnesota but not its largest or most populous – that's its neighbor Minneapolis. As part of the Twin Cities, it's an ideal place to begin phlebotomy training or resume a career.
Here, you will find your best opportunities for training and working as a phlebotomist in the St. Paul region.
It was reported in 2019 that St. Paul's population was 308,096. It's part of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area along with Minneapolis, the population of which was 3.6 million at the same time. The Statistical Area population in 2019 was just over 4 million residents.
The size of St. Paul and its proximity to Minneapolis provides plenty of employment opportunities. A Bureau of Labotr Statistics (BLS) report in 2021 stated that 930 phlebotomists operated in the Twin Cities, while 1,710 operated across the state.
That same report from BLS determined phlebotomy will grow around 17% through 2019-2029. Over the same period, the national average of all jobs will grow an estimated 7%.
Phlebotomists in St. Paul have multiple career pathways. The organizations below represent the most likely employers, working in frontline health, blood and plasma, research & development, and medical diagnostics:
- Allina Health System
- Fairview Health Services
- Regions Hospital
- University of Minnesota Physicians
- American Red Cross
The websites below collect salaries from phlebotomists self-reporting and examine details from job listings. This is what you can expect to earn in St. Paul:
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