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Arizona Medical Lab Technician Schools.

Medical lab technician programs in Arizona offer students postsecondary education programs that lead to a career as a medical lab technician. Medical lab techs perform a battery of tests and analyze samples for medical identification reasons. Medical lab technician programs typically confer two-year ssociate’s or four-year bachelor’s degrees. Common courses include medical terminology, medical lab equipment, anatomy and physiology, cell biology, and chemistry. Medical lab tech positions are expected to increase by 14% which is faster than most occupations. The average medical lab tech makes an annual salary of $45,000-$64,000. Graduates should expect favorable conditions as job openings are expected to exceed applicants.


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