5 Most Common Jobs for CNAs and Phlebotomy Techs

5 Most Common Jobs for CNAs and Phlebotomy Techs:

  1. Nursing Homes- Around 37% of CNAs work in nursing care facilities
  2. Hospitals – Nearly half of CNAs and Phlebotomists work in hospitals, where they help registered nurses (RNs)
  3. Home Healthcare
  4. Government Agencies such as Veterans Affairs
  5. Clinics – CNAs with additional training such as Phlebotomy may work in specialty clinics

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