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  1. Hello. I am a 51 year old female with a BS in Biology. What would you recomend I do to become a Cytotechnologist? Return to college? On the job training?
  2. I was wondering about job opportunities within the next five years for a cytotechnologist and how much are they payed? I was also wanting to know how much room is there for advancement in this field of work?
  3. I would like to subscribe the free magazine advance, but don't know the correct URL. Can you possibly help me.I am a student of cytotechnology.Thanks, Fatima
  4. What are the regulations concerning junior cytotechnologist being "push" to screen more slides in a cytology lab?
  5. Dear Kathreen KeeblerCanadian does not seem to recognise CTIAC or CMICS' is there a reaosn ?No points for that qualification in their immigration policy.
  6. I would like to know if anyone has any information about Cytotechnology positions in the state of Texas. I am currently in the military and would like to relocate in about a year to Texas. I was told that jobs are plentiful in this market but I am having trouble finding them. Thank you in advance for your help.
  7. Does anyone have knowledge of the possibility of American trained cytotechnologists working in the United Kingdom. I am CT (ASCP) and have nearly enough semester credits to qualify for a biology degree, although my Bachelor of Arts degree is actually in Social Sciences. I'm wondering iif anyone knows of Americans who have successfully found employment in the UK, either as laboratory scientists or cytoscreeners.

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Question: Hello. I am a 51 year old female with a BS in Biology. What would you recomend I do to become a Cytotechnologist? Return to college? On the job training?
Answer 

"Hello.

I would suggest that if you are interested in becoming a cytotechnologist, that you visit the American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) website, and the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) in order to find out more about requirements for training and certification. Good luck in you efforts!

Best regards,

Jana Sullinger, MD
President/CEO
Cytopathnet"

Question: I was wondering about job opportunities within the next five years for a cytotechnologist and how much are they payed? I was also wanting to know how much room is there for advancement in this field of work?
Answer 

"There are currently many job opportunities available for cytotechnologists
nationwide. Salaries vary regionally and also vary depending on local need.
Advancement in the field will also vary, depending on whether one works in a
private laboratory environment vs and academic setting, and your personal
assets and skills.

The field of medicine and cytopathology is constantly changing, with ups and
downs. It is not possible to predict the job market five years from now, but
as in past years, there is a continual need for cytotechnologists.

Good luck to you!

Jana Sullinger, MD
President/CEO
Cytopathnet

Question: I would like to subscribe the free magazine advance, but don't know the correct URL. Can you possibly help me.I am a student of cytotechnology.Thanks, Fatima
Answer 

"Hello,

You may access their website for information you seek at this link.

Regards,

Jana Sullinger, MD"

Question: What are the regulations concerning junior cytotechnologist being "push" to screen more slides in a cytology lab?
Answer 

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Question: Dear Kathreen KeeblerCanadian does not seem to recognise CTIAC or CMICS' is there a reaosn ?No points for that qualification in their immigration policy.
Answer 

"I am not sure that your question is clear. Could you be a bit more specific regarding the nature of your question?

Jana Sullinger, MD
Webmaster"

Question: I would like to know if anyone has any information about Cytotechnology positions in the state of Texas. I am currently in the military and would like to relocate in about a year to Texas. I was told that jobs are plentiful in this market but I am having trouble finding them. Thank you in advance for your help.
Answer 
Question: Does anyone have knowledge of the possibility of American trained cytotechnologists working in the United Kingdom. I am CT (ASCP) and have nearly enough semester credits to qualify for a biology degree, although my Bachelor of Arts degree is actually in Social Sciences. I'm wondering iif anyone knows of Americans who have successfully found employment in the UK, either as laboratory scientists or cytoscreeners.
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