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What is a Phlebotomist?

A Phlebotomist draws blood from patients for tests, transfusions or blood donations. They are responsible for correctly labeling samples and sterilizing their work area and tools.

Why Choose Phlebotomy?

Phlebotomy is a rewarding career with flexible hours and a high salary. Phlebotomists are in high demand with an aging population, and jobs are expected to grow 27 percent.

Education Requirements

Although certification is only required in three states, phlebotomists must have a high school diploma and graduate from an accredited phlebotomy program.


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Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)

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Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov)

What is a Police Officer? 

Police Officers safeguard the property and people of a community. Officers and Detectives can also specialize in fields such as canine, special operations, homicide, and narcotics.

Why Choose Law Enforcement? 

Law Enforcement is a rewarding and respected field, with the top police officers and detectives earning more than $100,000 each year. Job growth is on the rise, and will always be secure as public safety is a necessity.

Education Requirements:

Getting hired onto the force is tough competition, so it’s recommended you have at least an associate degree in criminal justice or law enforcement. It’s required for detectives to have a bachelor’s degree. After the interview process, recruits attend a department’s police academy.

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