Tips for Becoming a Laboratory Technologist

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How can I become a laboratory technologist?

Tips for Becoming a Laboratory Technologist

Job growth for laboratory technologists is expected to grow faster then average as the population increases and more clinical tests are required. However, before launching this career, it's important to get the required education and partner with a laboratory staffing firm. Read on to learn tips to get started.

Earn the required education. Most companies require an associate's degree or bachelor's degree in life sciences. Those who choose to earn an associate's degree can take advantage of employer sponsored tuition assistance to continue their education.

Check with the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). Once you've found a program, check with the NAACLS to ensure the program is accredited. Programs that are accredited with this institution will look great on your resume.

Contact a laboratory staffing firm. Companies like Delta Pharma specialize in laboratory jobs, making it easier to find employment. Also, since they have relationships established with employers, they can give you tips about what the employer is looking for in a laboratory technologist.



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