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North Dakota Medical Lab Technician Schools.

Medical lab technician programs in North Dakota prepare for students for a career in the medical field as a medical lab tech. The medical field is experiencing explosive growth and medical lab tech jobs are no exception. The number of occupations is expected to increase 14% through the year 2018 according to industry data published by the United States Department of Labor. The average salary of a medical lab technician is $53,500 but wages do fluctuate greatly depending on where the job is located. Students should expect a favorable job market but competition will be keen. Students can expect to spend several hours in a laboratory practicing medical lab tech procedures.


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