For Your Information: 7 Of The Worst Paying Jobs That STILL Require A College Degree

 

Medical and Clinical Lab Techs

According to the BLS, “laboratory testing plays a crucial role in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease … medical technicians or medical laboratory technicians, perform most of these tests.” Because of increased use of computers in lab analysis, technicians are required to be proficient in digital analysis rather than hands-on testing. Most technologists need to have at least a bachelor’s degree in a medical field, with 11% having a master’s degree. The median income for these positions is just $36,280, and the lowest tier makes less than $25,000 each year.

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