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Brandy Foust
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over 6 months ago

Help! I can’t seem to find a job. I had to quit my last job because management was so unprofessional, getting in my face, stealing out of my desk, cussing, saying very rude comments, it was horrible!

I have been looking ever since, (5 months). I have experience, a Health Science degree, licensed phlebotomists, and Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant .

I’m desperately seeking part time because I have a special needs child at home. I don’t get it, I’m ready to start a career but nobody will hire me. I can pass a drug test all day every day! I have no criminal record of any sort!

Anyone else having trouble finding work?

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Darsha Lara
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over 6 months ago

Working for Specialty Laboratories was simply...MARVELOUS! I TRULY miss working for them. I was Great with the hard sticks that other Phlebotomist couldn't get! The employer closed down, and moved. Traveling Phlebotomist...and gas, allowance was a plus.While riding with coworkers,make sure they have a valid driver's license and insurance! I Love Specialty Laboratories! I now live in Deming NM. Wish they were here. ☆☆☆☆☆5 stars for them!

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Brittni Vess
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over 6 months ago

Looking for a job in phlebotomy, in home care, and CMA position

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Yvonne MCO
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over 6 months ago

I've moved here in March and had a job but they said I needed to finish getting my GED. I'm working on it but my school paid programs for phlebotomy school as long as we get our GED and I thought that would help but no so it's hard still hard finding a job.

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Kelly Davidson
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over 6 months ago

Hi I’m 45 and disabled I had a stroke in 2007 I’m very smart I’ve worked in the medical field as a phlebotomist , I’ve sold time share , I’ve done customer service, I’ve done accounts receivable and payables , I am very detail oriented and very dependable I work hard and learn quickly! Nobody will give me a job because they take one look at my walker and think I’m slow too ! I can’t work in an office any longer because I’m in so much pain and can not stand for long periods of time . I’m barely by y on the tiny bit of disability they pay me monthly I need a way to supplement my income badly! I need someone to just take a chance on me ! I have to live to ! I can not make it much longer living like this please someone give me a job I’m begging you !! Thank you !

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Nelson Franco
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over 6 months ago

Beebe Healthcare is hosting a #hiring event next Monday, May 6, from 3p - 6p, at the Dover Downs Mezzanine, 1131 North DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901. Job openings include:

  • Registered Nurses
  • ER Technicians
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
  • Phlebotomists & more...

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit https://www.beebehealthcare.org and apply online before attending this event. Thank you.

https://www.beebehealthcare.org

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Romeo Castillo
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over 6 months ago

Lots of experienced in laboratory , Phlebotomist. Work in U.S. Army Medical for more than 20 years n work at Dean medical. N St. Marys as Phlebotomist.

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Kathryn T
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over 6 months ago

So, a couple of years ago I left working a huge hospital as a phlebotomist because they overload you with work and don't compensate you fairly. Plus, I ended up with an ankle injury from all the walking. It sounds crazy but apparently it is very possible. Anyway, I went to a group home for IDD adults. I kept thinking all the while I was nuts for the change and taking the pay cut. However, it turns out that I really liked what I did there. I felt like, at the end of the day, I had made a difference. I absolutely loved it even though it was tiring and taxing. I had a wonderful supervisor and a half way decent crew to work with, let's face it there are weeds everywhere. Well, about a year ago, that fabulous supervisor passed away at a very young age from a heart attack. The management team was restructured and this job I loved turned into hell. The new head honcho was terribly rude, pushy and treated the staff like crap. I didn't want to leave because I absolutely loved the clients, however, I was miserable every second of every day. Then in November my life took a huge turn for the better or worse, I'm not sure I've decided just yet. I injured my knee and ended up needing surgery. The doc put me out on light duty, which my job stopped offering. After 3 weeks of being out they let me go. I would like to say that I'm not bitter about it but that would be a complete lie. I worked hard and put my heart and soul into this place. Well, now that I've had surgery, I am going to have to take some type of job where I'm not as physical until my knee heals up, if it ever does. I'm really not sure how to feel about it. I've never had a job where I had to sit all day. I don't even sit around at home. This should be interesting. I have an interview on tues and I'm really hoping it goes well, because I am a single mother and have now been out of work almost 6 months. Definitely not easy. I'm both nervous and excited for a fresh start. I guess the most important part is taking that 1st step......

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Donna Knaut
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over 6 months ago

Why is it so hard to get hired or picked for a phlebotomy Job. All these agencies and nothing. Anyone know how to get into a lab Corp down in Richmond va. Please let me know.

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Dnecia Laws
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over 6 months ago

Go to work just to work. There are no friends in there. Everybody is looking for a way to get brownie points at your expense with management.

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