Okay, so I need to change jobs at this point in my pre-med path anyway to allow me more time to go to school, and I am noticing that in my particular city there seem to be a TON of hospitals and labs hiring phlebotomists. I did some research and I can take this 10 week course for like $1,200 to become certified. I thought it would be a good way to get a little tiny bit of personal interaction experience as well as some much needed lab experience, not to mention that if I worked for a hospital I would gain that valuable experience as well, plus a lot of companies have night shifts and really early morning shifts allowing me ample time for school. What do you guys think of this idea?
I say go for it! It is definitely job in demand in the hospital I work in.