For readers interested in becoming a pharmacy technician, manufacturing technician, pharmaceutical sales representative, pharmacy billing specialist, pharmacy records manager, or pharmacy clerk, among other jobs, this guide encourages them to start doing their homework now by taking any high school, honors, college prep, or community college science and math classes available. Invaluable information regarding job training, certification, and associate's degrees is provided. The relative merits and advantages of online, community college, traditional university, and 2- and 4-year programs are analyzed and discussed. Networking is also emphasized.This valuable volume will help direct readers to a great pharmaceutical industry career.... job can be a great start. It can help you decide if this is an area you want to pursue further or use as a jump-start to another career entirely. ... Knowing what will be on the test will make it easier for you to study and prepare. The pTCB exam is a nationally accredited certification exam. In order to take it, you have to meetanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jump-Starting a Career in Pharmaceuticals|
|Publisher||:||The Rosen Publishing Group - 2013-12-15|