I'm getting angel bites. I'm go be a medical laboratory technician in about 1.5 years, but I'm not sure if I should get them if it will effect me getting my career so I need to know if that field allows them.
If not is their a REALLY good way to hide them?
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 are a medical lab tech or know someone who is, can you tell me if you like it, your dislikes, basically your experience with it so far. thanks!
I just got out of college and can't find a job anywhere. I'm a Medical Laboratory Technician/Assistant/Phlebotamist. Which sites are best to look for job postings. Please help me out!
I just want to ask, how much is a basic salary for medical professionals in Auckland, especially medical laboratory scientists and medical laboratory technicians? how about doctors, nurses, PT, OT? also, what is the minimum wage for workers in new zealand? how about part-time jobs? thanks so much.
I am currently going to college to become a Medical Laboratory Technician. I live in Monroe, Michigan and only have a high school diploma and would like to have somewhat on the job experience while still getting paid. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you!
I am having trouble deciding between a Medical Laboratory Technician or a Dental Hygienist. Which one do you think would be a better career? I looked on many sites and a lot said that the Dental hygienist career would be a wise choice. Do you think if I chose the Medical Laboratory Technician there would be more of a wide selection of choices(job wise)
Help!!! Your advice would be very helpful and appreciated.
I am an American thinking about taking up Medical laboratory Science and would love to work in the middleeast someday (Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Abu dhabi)... Are there jobs for international people in this field?
I'm out of college and looking for a professional job (Medical Laboratory Technician), and I don't think jeans and a t shirt are going to look good when handing out my resumes to possible employers. I have the dress pants and blouse for the interview but what should I wear to hand out resumes?
I am graduating with my associates in a week, and starting at the local hospital two days later. I will continue on to obtain my Bachelor's in Pre-Professional Biology, so that I can sit for the Medical Laboratory Scientist Certification, as by then I should have the two years in the core lab to meet those requirements with my Bachelors in Biology. But I am considering med school after that. It is only a year longer than a Master's Degree program. I am 43 now. Divorced, and not allowed much time with my two small children from different mothers. My children are my life, but I can not afford to see them much as they live in different states from each other. I had to go to college to replace a lost career, which it looks like I w2ill have been successful in doing. Alternatively, I suppose I could study an online course in Laboratory Research and pursue a Doctorate in Education, to end up a Professor. However there is no guarantee of full time employment as a Professor, and they don't earn much. I could spend three years of grad school to become a Physician's Assistant. I am not sure what all options are available to me, and what would be a wise choice for someone already middle aged.
Two private vocational school. one school offers diploma saying: Medical Laboratory Technician, anther offers diploma saying :Medical Laboratory Assistant/Technician. I am wondering their diplomas function the same when I find a job? thanks
their course outline look like similar.
note: "medical lab assistant /technician" means: this two names put together on one diploma, no seperating. , so if I got the diploma shows that "medical lab assistant /technician"" , I belong to which one?? both? confused
I need to go to school for something ASAP because I can't find full time work as a PSW.
Do medical laboratory assistants work full time or more likely to find only part time?
Any info on the career would be a huge huge help. Please only answer you have know someone direct or have personal experience.
A. "medical laboratory technician position"
B. "medical laboratory technician"
C. "medical laboratory technician I"
D. "medical laboratory technician entry level"
E. "medical laboratory technician trainee"
I'm going to be starting college in fall, but this summer I want to get some sort of certification or technical degree so I can try to find a good job throughout my undergraduate education. I plan on attending medical school and I want to show that I have a strong interest in medicine. Which occupation do you think medical admissions would be most impressed by?
Clinical Laboratory Technician
*I am a male btw.
I am going to school and taking the Medical Laboratory Technician program and I was just wondering if i could get a job as a Veterinarian Technician with that specific degree. Or is there other things I would have to do?
This is the link to the web page about it:
There are many colleges and universities in my country, Malaysia but I'm only interested in SEGI and prefer college than university.
Can you help me to explain what people in medical laboratory technology do? Do you think can pursue higher in bachelor? In the same or different course? Do you know about the salary?
I am currently in college for an associates in Medical Lab Technician. What is the average salary for this job? Is it difficult to find a job after I graduate?
I was planing on going to MCC to get a asscoits degree in Clinical/Medical Lab. Technician is that all i need to go in the army reverse for Medical Laboratory Specialist they do the same jobs
I keep hearing that this job is very stressful and most people hate it,, so what is your opinion about this career... I'm looking for Mlts or Mts to answer!
I want to become a medical lab technician and work in a clinic but I dont know what schooling I need. Do I need to major in chemistry? Is there some kind of school I can go to without having to go to a chemistry? I live in denver is there any near by?
I think it's more like 'medical lab technician' but i just want to confirm. They kind of look at tissue samples and determine/diagnose (ie. this tissue is cancerous). Also, how do you obtain qualifications for a job like this? I have a degree in biology.