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I'm trying to decide what jobs in either of these fields are like. From personal experience, what is the work environment like, how many hours do you work, how much education do you have, is the work ...
1 answers - Asked By: MusicJunkie - 12/8/2011
I am working as a phlebotomist in san jose california. last 1 years. and my medical laboratory technician application is accepted by De Anza college, Cupertino, California. It is a 2 years associate d...
1 answers - Asked By: gurpreet s - 3/5/2012
Im looking for a new career and i saw medical laboratory technician. i read about it and it sounded interesting but reading about it and actually experiencing it are two different things, so if you ar...
2 answers - Asked By: Nicky - 3/15/2011
Hello! Ok, when I leave school (I'm currently in Year 11, taking GCSEs in May) I plan to go to college for A levels then to go to Medical School after which I plan to join the Royal Navy as a doctor. ...
1 answers - Asked By: Jimbo - 3/19/2008
I'm looking into this career so any information you have on it would be awesome!! Such as if how much schooling you need, what you do everyday, pay, environment, and job growth. Thanks so much! =)...
1 answers - Asked By: Collette Albert - 1/30/2013
Looking for info from people that have done this job. Not a copy and paste from the army site please just the facts from someone who has done this job before. I am signing up soon and this is a job I ...
3 answers - Asked By: nimbus72586 - 7/2/2011
What is the thing that you love or hate about your job? Is it higher salary than an RN? I am choosing between nursing & med tech. But I'm introvert so I would probably won't enjoy nursing.
1 answers - Asked By: INFP_9_sag - 9/27/2009
I am really want to go back to school and I am interested in these three. Can anyone with experience or who has a career in these fields please give me like a brief description of your duties, salary...
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1 answers - Asked By: B - 4/19/2013
How much do they get paid an hour ? and what are the type of things they mainly do, on the job ?
1 answers - Asked By: H - 7/12/2010
I would like to use my biology degree to work in the medical field, but I am not sure exactly what field would be right for me. I don't want to change bedpans! Are there any good jobs in the field tha...
2 answers - Asked By: Winnie - 7/5/2010
I am outgoing, very smart (im asian duh im smart! jk), i love learning but i really dont want a job with dead people or blood. i wanted to be a pathologist until i found out what the autopsy were like...
2 answers - Asked By: jkd321 - 6/15/2009
I have a pre-med major with biology minor. What other requirements do i need?
1 answers - Asked By: haine - 7/7/2008
Is this a good career to get into. I live in Ontario, Canada. Just wondering before I invested a lot of money into it. I invested a lot into my personal support worker course, loved the job but did...
2 answers - Asked By: Nurse KeVo - 1/3/2007
I am trying to find some entry-level medical jobs that require no education or experience. I need some very basic experience to strengthen my resume for my future career. I am 22, so I have no age res...
1 answers - Asked By: Dustin Y - 7/15/2009
I'm interested in taking Medical Lab Tech Program. I'm curious as to how hard the program is, as compared to Nursing (that is one of my other options). Does it require you to know a lot of math? What ...
3 answers - Asked By: mm85 - 5/6/2008
Pre-med student considering to enroll in Medical Laboratory Assistant & Clinical Medical Assistant certification course to gain obtain a job in medical field? good idea? * gain medical work experience...
3 answers - Asked By: MedicalAssistant2MedicalDoctor - 2/19/2011
I'm majoring in clinical laboratory science, sometimes correlated to medical technology. What kind of work will I be doing with this degree. What all CAN I do?
1 answers - Asked By: I color outside the lines - 2/26/2007
I would like to know if toxicology is a speciality in medicine and if you can be a doctor, specifically a hospital consultant specialising in medical toxicology. I can't seem to find any info on it - ...
2 answers - Asked By: Achilles77 - 10/31/2009
I want to change career paths (I'm 23 now) I'm looking at a 1 year program to become a Medical Labratory Tech... is this a good choice for any that work as one or know anybody who work as one? I've do...
1 answers - Asked By: Hitman44 - 6/17/2013
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