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Alabama Medical Lab Technician Schools.

Medical lab technician programs in Alabama offer students two-year associate’s and four- year bachelor’s degree programs. Medical lab technicians perform a variety of medical tests used to identify sickness and disease. The work is done behind the scenes, as medical lab techs do not work directly with patients. Most programs have a limited number of openings and accept the most qualified applicants based upon certain criteria. Interested students generally must complete classes in chemistry, cell biology, microbiology, and anatomy and physiology. Students must also meet grade point average standards. The occupation is expected to grow by 14% through 2018, which is faster than the average career field. The median salary for a medical lab technician is 45,000- $64,000 per year.


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