Toledo Phlebotomy Classes & Courses
Toledo is a major port in Ohio and the state's fourth-largest city. This means it is a great destination for phlebotomists and those seeking training to work in this healthcare area. You will find plenty of opportunities for both.
Below we present the most commonly searched information relating to studying and working in Toledo – information such as education providers, pay, who employs phlebotomists, and job demand.
Your phlebotomy training opportunities in and around Toledo, Ohio, are as follows:
The 2020 Federal census put Toledo's population that year at 270,871. This makes it the state's fourth-largest city and the 79th largest in the USA. The wider urban area has a population of 507,643 while the metropolitan area population is 608,145.
In 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics report concluded that 520 phlebotomists operated in the Toledo Metropolitan Area. Nationally, job demand for phlebotomists will grow 22% between 2020 and 2030, however, demand in Ohio is expected to be slightly lower at 15%, twice as fast as average.
A range of employers, representing primary health, specialist clinics, substance abuse treatment, aftercare, and blood and plasma services operate in Toledo, giving you plenty of choices:
Phlebotomy pay in Toledo is listed below. Variations occur as it is a mix of self-reporting, industry-provided information, and survey data, using a range of methods and sample sizes.
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