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Planning to apply to Baylor, UT-San Antonio, and UTMB-Galveston by September. While I do not have direct patient care experience yet, I hope to be hired on for a position soon so I can put on the app that experience will be acquired before enrolled in PA school. I have two positions that I'm interviewing for next week: phlebotomist (3 months paid training included) or tissue recovery technician, which involves removing tissue from donors for transplantation. The hours for the technician position are ideal for my situation right now (nanny). Being a phlebotomist means I will have to drop everything I have going on. Will the technician position be considered novel in any way? Or even be considered direct patient care (this will be mostly with cadavers)? Or should I just go with the safe bet and throw away any semblance of a life I have before PA school?
http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/bestjobs/2010/snapshots/2.htmlSo... I was checking out CNN during my lunch break and follow the link to see what I found...I don't agree totally with everything they said but it is nice to see some recognition from a big news source like this...I didn't see if this had been posted anywhere else... sorry if it's a repeat...