Medical and Clinical laboratory personnel examine and analyze body fluids, and cells. They look for bacteria, parasites, and other microorganisms; analyze the chemical content of fluids; match blood for transfusions; and test for drug levels in the blood that show how a patient is responding to treatment. Medical and clinical laboratory technicians generally have either an associate degree from a community or junior college or a certificate from a hospital, a vocational or technical school, or the Armed Forces. According The Bureau of Labor Statistics employment of Clinical laboratory workers is expected to grow by 14 percent between 2008 and 2018. To learn more about being Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians watch the video below or you can view all Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technician jobs on HealthCareerWeb.com.