RE: Salaries and Job Classification
i agree with charles.....and i guess i don't understand why we don't just use the ascp's definitions of the two titles???? seems to me that would go a long way to relieving a great deal of confusion.
>>> "Charles.Embrey" 09/25/01 06:51AM >>>
In all places I have been a Histotechnician has been an ASCP registered HT
and a Histotechnologist an HTL.
Charles R. Embrey Jr., PA(AAPA), HT(ASCP)
From: ErnieMiddleton@aol.com [mailto:ErnieMiddleton@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 4:11 AM
Subject: Salaries and Job Classification
What criteria do are you using for Histotechnician and Histotechnologist? I
have a new Pathologist (Site Director) and he wants me to find what most
laboratory is doing. What make one job classification different from the
To my friend in the NY area: What is your hourly rate for Histotechnician
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