Travel Lab Assistant Jobs

Medical Lab Assistants are in high demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics puts the growth in this job sector at around 7% through 2029, which is faster than average for all other jobs in the country. Some Med Lab Assisant jobs require a bachelor's degree while others may be accessible with an associate degree. Professionals who are interested in travel Lab Assistant jobs can work with Club Staffing recruiters to understand which assignments are available to them so they can make a decision about the next step in their career.

If you do opt to go the traveling Lab Assistant route, you'll get some priceless benefits and highly competitive salary, along with the added perk of being able to explore areas of the country you might not otherwise be able to do. If you've always wanted to live in the mountains or on the coast, for example, here's your opportunity! Whether you're interested in big-city vibes, rural hospitality, or outdoor adventures, we've got a variety of traveling Lab Assistant jobs to meet all of your personal and professional needs. 

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How Much Can Medical Laboratory Assistants Earn?

Lab Assistant jobs salary do vary, depending on what type of lab or setting you're working in, what your experience is, and what state or city you're based in, among other factors. To get an idea of the range of pay, consider these numbers. PayScale.com says an average Laboratory Assistant's hourly pay is around $15.62 across the country, while Salary.com puts the average at $48,243 for a Level I lab tech.


Med Lab Assistants can earn more in a travel position. With Club Staffing, travel Lab Assistants can earn up to $1,400 a week, and that's not including all the benefits and perks included. Some of those benefits include:

  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • 401(k) plans and life insurance
  • Housing stipends or options for free housing during assignments
  • Other types of coverage, including accident and critical illness insurance.

In What Settings do Laboratory Assistants Work?

As a travel Lab Assistant, you can find jobs in a variety of settings. First, there are obviously medical and diagnostic labs. But hospitals, research organizations, and academic organizations also often have their own labs, as do public health agencies, outpatient treatment, and surgery centers, and even some clinics and urgent care.

Disclaimer: Job wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.

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