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CNA or Phelbotomy to LPN

by Sav.simmons Sav.simmons (New) New Pre-Student

I am torn between taking a CNA class or a Phlebotomy class. I want to work my way into becoming an LPN but I dont really know where to start. I was told to take an CNA class which is required in some states to begin nursing school but I was also reading about a phlembotomy class, which interested me more than the CNA class. Also from reading around I see that CNA is more a patient care type of thing and its easier to find a job but they don't pay that well. While on the other hand a Phlembotomist gets paid more but its just harder to find a job. I really want to become an LPN, can somebody help/guide me on what would be best please?