Candidates who have completed a degree in Medical Laboratory Technology have a variety of career prospects to choose from.
In India, the demand for medical laboratory technicians or technologists is high, enough to accommodate numerous applications and many specialisations, and this demand is expected to soar in the coming years.
Both governments owned and private industries have plenty of vacancies to offer prospective candidates who are fresh graduated from a BSc Medical Laboratory Technology course.
Candidates may be employed as X-ray technicians, MRI technicians, or may work in pathology labs, blood banks and nursing homes.
Another particularly high-income option that is available to professionals who have gathered a few years of experience is to work self-employed.