Based on 1,442 responses, the job of Phlebotomist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Phlebotomists are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Phlebotomist?
Phlebotomy, an average paying job!
Phlebotomist in Louisville:
Pros: I’ve live here my whole life. It’s all I know
Cons: I’ve lived here my whole life. It’s all I know
I love what I do but I don’t luv the lack of appreciation.
Phlebotomist in Lancaster:
Pros: I get to help people
Cons: We’re under appreciated
Pros: I appreciated the empathy from the supervisor over me at the time I was hire. My great-niece was killed 4days after I was hired and I missed far too many days off work but the local management was very lenient with me. But corporate did not see that so I was put on probation and after 14 months of employment I hurt my back and was unable to return to work I lost my just that easy due to to many absences. So I lost everything soon after and decided to move over of state to start over.
Cons: I really do not have anything bad so say they word with me well but I was able to work with one person. No one seemed to care. Oh I did not like how bad attitudes were never addressed on the job there.
Good company to work for. Many many tasks to forfil.
Pros: I love working with patients, and Labcorp has given that opportunity.
Cons: Management could be a lot better, raises are horrible. Our customer services phone techs are horrible, and usually don't have an answer. Billing is just as bad. We're asked to take all insurances, and when the patient gets hit with a bill, they turn their back. Not our problem. I hate to look straight at the patient and lie for this company.
I love being a phlebotomist.
Pros: The job itself and the surroundings/people whom I work with.
Cons: The least thing I like about being a phlebotomist is the pay scale, where I work presently doesn't pay the amount I worth.
Don't over think you can do this you may not get every one but don't give up!
Followed my dream.
Pros: Taking care of those who can't care for themselves.
Cons: I wish I could make things better for people.