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  • 5 Signs Your Current Pharmacy Job Should Be in Your Past

    Today I bring you another post from my friend Alex Barker. Thanks for sharing Alex!   Your pharmacy story wasn’t supposed to go this way. When you ventured into pharmacy, you imagined a great salary and rewarding work; a worthwhile return on your investment of time and money. Disillusionment was never...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • A Free Conference For Pharmacists Who Want to Change Jobs

    The following is an announcement from my friend Alex Barker. After reading about it, this seemed to me TOO GOOD not to share with my blog readers. So here is the information. I highly recommend looking into this, even if you are relatively happy with your career. Great exposure to what your...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Pharmacy Techs – How to Make MORE Money!

    f you are working as a pharmacy technician, then you have launched into a career that is becoming more and more valuable in our ever-changing profession.  If you are a GOOD pharmacy technician, then you have a right to expect to be compensated appropriately for your efforts.  Over  the course of my 20+...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Why Poor Performers Get Promoted

    During my 20+ years actively working in the pharmacy profession I have had the privilege of working for some outstanding role models and leaders.  I think of the supervisor who gave me, a new graduate, the opportunity to step up and manage a retail pharmacy that was in the process of undergoing several...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Pharmacy Job Search: How Long Will it Take?

    One of the things I love about blogging, tweeting and interacting online is the ability to quickly gather opinion data from my friends, readers and followers.  Not too long ago I did this with the help of a free online tool called Survey Monkey in order to gather the opinions of my fellow pharmacists about...

    Author : Jason Poquette
  • Pharmacists: You Own Your Career Part I

    Few things are more annoying than the person who pretends to know it all.  They fluctuate between rants about politics and their profession, they wax eloquent on the wisdom they have gained over the years, and they dismiss anyone who dares to question their beloved dogmas.  They’re never wrong. ...

    Author : Jason Poquette