Pharmacist Resources

The Importance of Patient Adherence to Medication TherapyAs former Surgeon General Dr. C. Everett Koop said, "Drugs don't work in patients who don't take them." Prescription medications are only effective when they are taken. Read More.

Help! I didn't match to a residency. Now what?First, don't give up. Take heart, there's a good chance that you were a strong candidate but the numbers worked against you. By some accounts, this past year the ratio of applicants to residency slots was the highest it has ever been. Focus on making yourself stand out above the crowd and try again next year. Read More.

Will there be a pharmacy leadership crisis?An ASHP Foundation Scholar-in-Residence reportIn 1967, Joseph A. Oddis, Executive Secretary of ASHP, envisioned the establishment of the ASHP Research and Education Foundation and suggested the creation of a "chair" for conducting research and other activities related to hospital pharmacy for ASHP, not unlike the department chairs found in universities. Read More.

Pharmacy Job Trends: Adapting to Today's Market

Unemployment among pharmacists is low, thanks to job growth in several key areas. Pharmacists should learn about the latest trends in the job market, plus how to maximize their efforts. Read More.

Pharmacist & Technician Salaries The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median annual salary for pharmacists in 2009 was $109,180, a modest 2.6% increase over the prior year. The 90th percentile was $134,290 while the 10th percentile was $79,270. In 2009, pharmacy techs earned $28,070 at the 50th percentile and $40,160 and $19480 at the 90th and 10th percentiles respectively. Salaries vary based on years of experience and geographical location. Browse our current pharmacist jobs.

Salaries, 2009

Recruiter Roundtable: Salary Negotiation MistakesThe Recruiter Roundtable is a monthly feature that collects career and job-seeking advice from a group of recruiting experts throughout the United States. The question we put before our panel this month is: What is the most common mistake candidates make in discussing or negotiating salary, and how can they avoid it? Read More.

Counteroffer Acceptance: Road to Career Ruin A raise won't permanently cushion thorns in the nest. Read More.

Generic drugs gain acceptance There are some big names among the brand drugs that have recently come off patent and joined the burgeoning generics market. As usual, pharmacists will play a central role in educating patients about the availability of the new generics and will be keeping the peace between doctors, payers, patients, formularies, government programs, and pharmaceutical companies. And did we mention the billions of dollars involved? Just another day in the life of a pharmacist. Read More.

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