The average annual salary of a phlebotomist in the United States is $31,165 as of January 2015, according to Salary.com. Several different factors influence the salary of a phlebotomist, including company size and location, years of experience, and the level of educational training.Continue Reading
The average hourly wage for a phlebotomist is $13.36 as of December 2014, according to PayScale. Many major U.S. cities pay above the national average, including Chicago, New York and San Diego.
A phlebotomist draws and collects blood, urine and other samples from patients, packages and prepares the samples for analysis, and verifies records. Phlebotomists work in many different environments, including hospitals, private doctors' offices and blood banks, and their salaries also depend on this factor.Learn more about Salaries