Employment projections data for phlebotomists, 2020-30

Occupational Title SOC Code Employment, 2020 Projected Employment, 2030 Change, 2020-30 Employment by Industry
Percent Numeric


31-9097 129,600 158,400 22 28,800 Get data

SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Employment Projections program


If you are planning to start a career in an ever-growing and demanding profession, a phlebotomy technician could be the right choice. Learning the required skills through a certified training program can help you get better job prospects with a stable source of income.

Before starting a career as a phlebotomy technician, a candidate needs to have-

  • A high school diploma/transcript or GED
  • Attained 18 years of age or older
  • Having a government-issued photo ID
  • Completion of phlebotomy technician training in Beaumont or equivalent medical field certification/training/experience or higher.

To advance your career, you can even prepare for next-level certification exams.

A phlebotomist may perform the following primary duties:

  • Explain to patients about the diagnostic procedures.
  • Preparing patients for the diagnostic procedures.
  • Draw blood for tests, transfusions, research, or blood donations.
  • Preparing samples to be sent for testing

Texas Healthtech Institute is an accredited training center offering career-oriented phlebotomy technician classes in Beaumont. We have a team of highly skilled and experienced instructors who work with students to help them learn the necessary skill set. Choose us to-

  • Join an accredited phlebotomy course in Beaumont.
  • Acquire training from industry experts.
  • Get extensive on-the-job training.
  • Get job placement assistance.
  • Attend classes on flexible timings.

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