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The National Society for Histotechnology says that all histotechnicians have certain common characteristics.  They are problem solvers.  They like challenge and responsibility.  They are accurate, reliable, work well under pressure and are able to finish a task once started.  They communicate well, both in writing and speaking.  They set high standards for themselves and expect quality in the work they do.  But, above all, they are deeply committed to their profession, and are truly fascinated by all that science has to offer.  For someone who chooses a career in the histology laboratory, the exploration never ends.

Those considering preparing for histotechnician jobs should have a solid foundation in high school sciences — biology, chemistry, math and computer science.  You’ll need clinical education in a histotechnician (HT) program accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) or an associate degree from a community college and training at a hospital.

Histotechnician positions are a good investment in your future.  Unlike many other careers, your education as a histotechnician will prepare you directly for a job.  While you’re going to school, you may be able to work part-time in a laboratory to earn extra money. And you could start working full-time the day after you graduate.