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I want to ask the medical technologists if what is the nature of their job.
1 answers - Asked By: kimmy - 6/20/2008
I am a year away from getting a BS in Biology. Unfortunately, I didn't go into clinical laboratory science but its too late now. Would it be impossible for me to get a job as a medical technologist w...
2 answers - Asked By: molly - 1/9/2014
I am currently going to school to be a medical technologist at USF. I was wondering if there was other things that we can do except for looking in a microscope. I would like to work at a medical exami...
1 answers - Asked By: Tiff B - 10/9/2008
I'm planning on graduating with my bachelor's in Clinical Laboratory Science to become a medical technologist. I have no idea what a job like this is like. I've read horrible reviews about it, and how...
3 answers - Asked By: - 11/6/2013
I will have a job interview for medical technologist next week. Interviewers will be a manager (wears a uniform) and a doctor. I am not sure a set of formal suit is very suitable for the interview. Bu...
3 answers - Asked By: stevenweiwang - 6/20/2007
I am working on a research paper right now, and I am a little hesitant to my topic. I would like to know if Medical Technologists also works on making herbal medicine or cosmetics out of plants? I mea...
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/6/2013
I'm a high school student and i'm researching different occupations that i'd like to study for in college. I want to know what a medical technologist is called that may work in a private lab and do b...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/10/2009
I'll be attending university this fall and I'm planning on becoming a medical technologist/clinical laboratory scientist. I've been doing my research a little and I know that I need to take a state an...
1 answers - Asked By: - 5/9/2011
What is the difference between biomedical scientist, medical technologist and medical lab technologist? what is the difference in the jobs of a biomedical scientist and a medical technologist? is med...
1 answers - Asked By: maushika v - 3/29/2007
Assuming one has a job a medical technologist?
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/26/2013
I'm working towards a B.S. in Microbiology because my career goal is to be a Medical Technologist. However, to get some on the job training and experience I would like to become certified in either...
5 answers - Asked By: C.J - 2/15/2009
I just moved to the US and am trying to get a job as a medical technologist. I graduated 5 years ago and decided to proceed to medicine. I graduated from medical school last May but now that I'm here,...
3 answers - Asked By: ElleMaddox - 10/14/2010
I cant make up my mind, although I'd rather work in a Laboratory (I think because its more scientific based thinking) I just can't make up my mind. Is it just as easy to get jobs as a medical technolo...
1 answers - Asked By: Daniel K - 6/8/2010
I have Bachelor's in Psychology and Business Admin. The jobs I've had so far have been low paying customer service type stuff. Though this could be because I live in Lakeland, FL. I was pre-med at ...
2 answers - Asked By: Bappa M - 6/12/2007
The only option I am aware of is being a Medical Technologist. Also, I have been reading how technology will soon replace this job and is making me worried. I recently just got into this and am thinki...
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/16/2013
And if they do, are they paid time and a half? Are employers asking medical technologists to work extra hours or is it the choice of the employee? Thank you in advance.
1 answers - Asked By: rebecca2008 - 6/20/2007
I am student planning to graduate with a bachelor in medical technology. My grades are good but maybe not good enough to get into medical school. Will working in the medical field as a Medical Technol...
1 answers - Asked By: miguelavt150 - 1/10/2009
I always hated it that they don't just tell you the range. I would like to find out how, since accepting a job for me includes moving my whole family, and time is of the essence for me. I don't want t...
3 answers - Asked By: freefalling_00 - 1/18/2012
Is it possible to become a medical technologist with a biology degree? if so how competitive are the programs? Thanks
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Can an indivdual with a torn rotator cuff in right shoulder, who cannot lift more than 30 pounds, and cannot lift overhead, work in any of the following jobs? Medical Technologist, Respiratory Therapi...
1 answers - Asked By: dsjnix - 1/16/2008
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