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Pharmacist jobs are all about helping people because they not only dispense medication but also provide warnings and advice about the drugs they provide to patients. This is one of the hottest jobs because of its importance, remuneration, and integrity as a medication specialist. You are not only expected to be knowledgeable about drug use, its potential side effects and interactions but you should also be aware of the other drugs your customers are taking so that you can give proper advice. Being a pharmacist is a challenging job because you have to advise doctors and have to be up-to-date with the latest technology but it can be very rewarding too.

Pharmacist jobs will continue to be a wise career choice if you want job security, live in any city you want, and grow with flexibility and respect that you deserve. If you are a team player and have the skills required for this career, excel in science, mathematics, have computer skills and ethical behavior then this job is right for you. But it’s not enough because you must have the perseverance earn a bachelor’s degree and go through continuing education. You also have to research some pharmacies as well as their specialties then reading more about the subject. There are pharmacist jobs in government offices, managed care facilities, and research other than hospitals and you can also find these careers as consultants in nuclear pharmacy, pharmaceutical sales, mail order facilities, and even veterinary clinics. Look into pharmacy schools to find what suits you and visit their campuses to meet students to discuss the program because not many of these colleges and universities offer pharmacy programs. You also have to decide whether you want to take a doctorate degree after you finish the four years Bachelor of Pharmacy and take advantage of internships and extracurricular activities, and pharmacy associations. Review and pass the state board exams to get your first state license and read trade magazines.

There are different fields that pharmacist jobs are specialized even if the work is all about dispensing medication just like doctors that have specialty in heart surgery or plastic surgery.



• General Hospital Pharmacists don’t specialize in a particular area. They are those dispensing medications for hospital patients and working with doctors to warn them of the medications possible side effects when combined with other medicines.
• Home Health Care Pharmacists on the other hand, work with individuals in their homes, filling prescription by traveling to patient’s home who can’t travel to regular pharmacies.
• Psychiatric Pharmacists have advance training to prepare them to work in psychiatric wards and treat patients with mental disorder be prescribing them with more effective medications.
• Veterinary Pharmacists travel to farms and provide medications for pets, livestock, and even cows especially when there is an outbreak of diseases.
• Community Pharmacists are those working in stores rather than the hospitals.
• Nuclear Pharmacists typically work in hospitals to help conduct research on the use of radioactive drugs to treat cancer.

If you are interested in pharmacy jobs, get yourself a job placement assistance from your school’s career office because they have contacts you can use to find job openings in this field. You must complete an internship which is often required by the school as part of your curriculum because the pharmacist for whom you intern may refer you to companies that hire staff for this job. Determine where you want to work and send targeted resume to them and don’t forget to include your cover letter introducing yourself and school transcripts to highlight your academic achievements. Join professional pharmacist alliances in your state and attend group functions because these professional organizations could lead you to your dream job. You can also visit websites for current pharmacist jobs listing across the country.

You can also work as a pharmaceutical technician or even open your own pharmacy. There are various pharmaceutical jobs that have different qualifications and education and figuring out which interests you is the key to happiness in this field if you feel that this career suits your interest and personality. If you want to be a Pharmaceutical Technician, enroll in a certificate program and work as an intern with a licensed pharmacist to gain the experience you need, and take the National Pharmacy Technician Certification exam to become a licensed technician. On the other hand, if you want to go into pharmaceutical sales, then you have to get a degree that concentrate on business and science subject. If you have a pharmacy store and want to work your way up, you can join a pharmaceutical company.

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