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The majority of cytotechnologists are employed by private medical laboratories hired by physicians to evaluate medical tests. Others work for hospitals, nursing homes, offices of physicians, public health facilities, ambulatory health care services, or university research institutions, while some may be employed by federal and state government agencies. Approximately 331,700 clinical laboratory technologists (including cytotechnologists) are employed in the United States.

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