Pre-paring for your career
When going into a field, such as pharmacy, you should expect to go through alot of schooling. Just like doctors, surgeons, etc.. The course of getting your pharmacy degree is getting a bachelor's degree or at least two years of study at a college or university. You have to take pre-requisites, like organic chemistry and biology, that are required for aspiring pharmacists can begin a Doctor of Pharmacy program. The PharmD degree is a four-year program which has replaced the former bachelor's degree in Pharmacy.
salary and benefits for being a pharmacist
2013 was a great year to be or become a pharmacist. The median salary was almost $120,000.00 or you could say almost $60/hr. The lowest standpoint of payment was around $90,000.00 which is still above average around other occupations or careers. Becoming a Pharmacist would put you in the top three health career jobs, only being topped by a Physician and a Dentist.
Benefits such as earning top salary, getting weekly paychecks, great medical coverage, and you become eligible to join their 401(k) account for retirement.
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Different career options for pharmacy
Nuclear Pharmacy Careers: Nuclear pharmacists are responsible for measuring and delivering the radioactive materials which are used in digital imaging MRI, CT, etc and other procedures in medical offices and hospitals.
pharmacy tech careers: They basically just help pharmacist dispense prescription medication to customers or health professionals.
Retail Pharmacy Careers: which is like what you see at drug stores, walgreens, cvs and places like that.
These are just a couple listing of jobs.