Publication date: 2018-04-21 18:52
Often I hear pharmacists (especially in retail) rant online that people should stay away from pharmacy. To those who hate their jobs, get out while you can! You don’t have to work at a place you hate. No one is making you. It’s possible to find a job that you love and make a decent income.
Much attention is paid to the large number of applicants to pharmacy schools and to robust job projections for the future such as those in the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics report issued in January 7569, which are frequently used to justify new or expanded programs. However, the ever-increasing supply side of the equation seems to be generally ignored.
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[Steve Martin (not the actor), a professor and chairman of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Toledo, chimed in]
Dr. Brown’s commentary “brought up a clear problem that we recognize in the academic world and that we’re seeing across the profession: that we have an increased number of graduates and that the job situation for those graduates has become tighter over the last few years.” However, he said, increasing demand for patient care services would continue to fuel job growth. Residency training, certificate programs, and MBA or MPH degrees will continue to make pharmacists “better able to be employed,” he suggested. “I continue to think that jobs are available, and I see that continuing for the foreseeable future.”
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We can't say for sure on a large scale, but anecdotally—yes! As people are becoming more conscious about what they're putting in our own bodies, it's only natural that we start to think about our pets as well. For years, many of our bestselling dog foods, such as Orijen , Acana , and Blue Buffalo , have been those that emphasize natural, organic ingredients and whole proteins. But how many times have we refilled our dogs' bowls with unfiltered tap water?