Updated Dec 13, 2021

How much does a Phlebotomist make?

Updated Dec 13, 2021

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Industry

$58,826 / yrTotal Pay
$37,395 / yrBase Pay
$21,431 / yrAdditional Pay

$58,826

 / yr
$30K$441K
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Possible Range

The estimated total pay for a Phlebotomist is $58,826 per year in the United States area, with an average salary of $37,395 per year. These numbers represent the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated additional pay is $21,431 per year. Additional pay could include cash bonus, commission, tips, and profit sharing. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.

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Total Pay Trajectory

For Assistant Phlebotomist

$58,826 /yr
Assistant Phlebotomist
$64,118 /yr
Senior Phlebotomist
$56,358 /yr
Lead Phlebotomist
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Certified Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$17

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
Cerified Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$18

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 4-6 years

$30,000

/yr

SubmittedYesterday

4-6 years
Yesterday
Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 4-6 years

$13

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

4-6 years
Yesterday
Cerified Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 4-6 years

$25

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

4-6 years
Yesterday
Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 10-14 years

$16

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

10-14 years
Yesterday
Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$19

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday
Phlebotomist

United States of America

 | 1-3 years

$16

/hr

SubmittedYesterday

1-3 years
Yesterday

Phlebotomist pay FAQ

The national average salary for a Phlebotomist is $37,395 per year in United States. Filter by location to see a Phlebotomist salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 9015 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Phlebotomist employees.

The highest salary for a Phlebotomist in United States is $48,846 per year.

The lowest salary for a Phlebotomist in United States is $28,628 per year.

If you are thinking of becoming a Phlebotomist or planning the next step in your career, find details about the role, the career path and salary trajectory of a Phlebotomist.

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