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Based on 1,496 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.
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Q: What is it like working as a Phlebotomist?

July 2016
"I believe phlebotomy is an underpayed job."
Phlebotomist:
July 2016
"Corporate Culture, Understaffed, High Stress, Hours Flexible."
Phlebotomist:
Pros: Night Shift Differential, Departmental/Shift Parties, Tuition Assistance, Corporate Culture, and many departments to choose from. Work Schedules are flexible. The cafeteria is nice to grab food.
Cons: Administration tend to micromanage too much. Staff have difficulty exercising teamwork. Leadership/regular staff is unprofessional and disconnected at times, Daytime parking for employees.
September 2016
Phlebotomist:
Pros: Good benefits. Nobody watching over your shoulder.
Cons: Extensive workload. No appreciation for front line. Higher ups are too high to associate with front line.
September 2016
"THE CERTIFICATION OF REGISTERED PHLEBOTOMY TECH SHOULD BRING."
Phlebotomist:
IT A PERSONAL THING.
September 2016
"Phlebotomy is wonderful!"
Phlebotomist:
Pros: I have a hands on role in caring for and healing patients.
Cons: We do Not have access to all the needed supplies to do our job efficiently, such as pagers andhand held scanners.
October 2016
"Strict Policies: No Loop Holes."
Phlebotomist:
Pros: I love the setting, I work in a doctors office and everyone here is great, welcoming and friendly.
Cons: They have no flexibility as far as sick days go. If you get sick and need to call out because you cant stand they only allow 4 days a year, so if you are on #5, rest assured you are getting written up.....
October 2016
"Phlebotomist."
Phlebotomist:
Be a sponge. Absorb and learn as much as you can.