Lab Technician

Lab Technicians are skilled workers that work with complex systems or perform highly technical mechanical or diagnostic tests in medical or scientific laboratories. Depending on the field, technicians may work independently or under the direction of a professional.

Lab technicians might collect samples, study and perform tests on body fluids, teeth, chemical compounds, biological specimens, or other fields of science. Lab techs use various types of machinery, lab equipment and complex computer programs to perform their tests. Lab techs also record their data or findings for study and scrutiny by doctors and physicians. Labs need to be sterile environments, so lab techs must maintain a clean environment.

Examples of lab technicians include dental lab technicians, medical and clinical lab technicians, and ophthalmic lab technicians. One can start career as a Lab Technician by having an academic degree related to Lab Technology like Proficiency Certificate in Lab Technology, Bachelor’s Degree in Lab Technology or Master’s Degree in Lab Technology. Your Payscale will depend upon your academic qualifiactions and number of years you have worked in the related field.

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