5 Things About Having Your Blood Drawn That the Lab Needs You To Know.

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Hello all! Let me begin by telling you that I am a phlebotomist, which means- I draw blood via venipuncture and collect and process other bodily specimens for lab testing. I am confident and upbeat which is the perfect personality type for this job because most people groan or grimace when they see me. Not many people enjoy having their blood drawn but the ones that need it on a regular basis really appreciate me, because I am good at what I do and always strive to be quick, efficient and painless- as does any good phleb. So, now that you essentially have an idea of what my job is as a health care professional, allow me to begin with…

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Dear Real World: The Position You Applied For Has Already Been Filled.

So, I have decided to blog whenever I feel like I am a complete loser in the adult world because at least I am doing something. There is something satisfying about the tangibility of words when the rest of your life seems to be out of grasp.

Can’t seem to get the hours I need at work that fit my availability, even though I am a competent health care professional of 5+ years? Blog about it. My countless resumes dropped into countless inboxes for countless companies that might as well have ¬†“dead on arrival” for the subject line? ¬†Blog it out. Still can’t figure out how my 8+ years as an exotic dancer can serve as relevant work experience in highlighting my negotiation & manipulation and people skills without being stigmatized as a #$%^ or leaving a gap in my job history? Blog. Blog. Blog. Continue reading