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Med Techs: Build Your Career in the USA

  • Publish Date: Posted 26 days ago
  • Author:by Conexus MedStaff

​Healthcare professionals who choose to pursue a career as a medical technologist in the USA have excellent potential for a stable career path with rapid growth and opportunities.

The number of Americans ages 65 and older is projected to nearly double from 52 million in 2018 to 95 million by 2060, and the 65-and-older age group’s share of the total population will rise from 16 percent to 23 percent. This means more tests will continue to be ordered, and the valuable insights and data provided by medical technologists will continue to inform patient treatment and care. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70% of today’s medical decisions depend on laboratory test results, showing the important role of clinical laboratories in today’s healthcare system.

Pursuing a medical laboratory technologist career in the U.S. also means there will be plenty of opportunities for career growth and advancement. As a U.S. medical technologist, it is likely you will gain the necessary experience to excel in advanced lab roles. You may also earn more money and have more opportunities for growth if you specialize. Additionally, you can pursue a graduate degree when you get to the U.S., which would give you further access and opportunities in a career as a U.S. medical technologist.

Whatever your goals may be, Conexus is here to help you succeed. We are currently hiring international medical technologists with the following qualifications:

  1. Must have Bachelors degree in Medical Laboratory Science, Medical Technology, Biological Science or Chemistry.

  2. 1 year of experience working as a Medical Technologist taking medical samples and performing clinical testing; resolving technical problems or conducting routine laboratory maintenance.

  3. Certification by either ASCPi or AMT.

Apply today to begin the career journey of a lifetime as a U.S. medical technologist.