Pharmacist

What you need to be a Pharmacist

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Responsibilities Pharmacists do is fill prescriptions and verify the instructions on them so the patients take the right amount needed. They instruct the patients of when and how the patient to take their medication. They have to advise them on what are the different side effects the medication will give them. Telling the patients what to do to maintain healthy as well. Each patient has their own record so the pharmacists have to keep track on the patient's progress and any other information. Pharmacists work wit insurance so they would know what medication they can and can't give their patients. You would get paid $53.54 per/hour which is $111,570 a year. They would be working full time in their drug stores. Grocery and drug stores are some places they would be working and in hospitals and clinics.

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What you need is a Doctoral or a Professional degree. Pharmacists must pay attention to detail, ensuring the accuracy of the prescriptions they fill. Employment of pharmacists is expected to increase by 25 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. Some similar occupations would be medical scientists, pharmacy technicians, and physicians/surgeons.