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.
Q: What is it like working as a Phlebotomist?
"Good, except for the pay."
Phlebotomist in Louisville:
Pros: I work independently and good up to date training
Cons: The pay
Staff is great but the company has no respect or value for it's staff. Overworked and underpaid having to constantly play beat the clock with extra duties, including constant reading and signing off on every little thing and then having to justify your overtime even if it's 15 mins only. Has a shady feel to it overall. More about the numbers than the quality of care. Has high turn around of staff which isn't surprising at all.
Phlebotomist in San Leandro:
Pros: My work hours
Phlebotomist in Utica:
Pros: Its my home
Cons: Harsh winters
Pros: I love the people that I work with. I enjoy being able to make patients feel the best they can when they are nervous about the procedure.
Cons: I do not like the risks associated with handling blood. I also am unsatisfied with the pay rate or the potential for growth.
"Close to home."
Phlebotomist in Washington:
Pros: Close to home
"I'd prefer working in another clinic where there are more patients."
Phlebotomist in Beit Shemesh:
Pros: It's in the same city i live in
Cons: The ultra orthodox community i work in aren't usually polite