going in I knew very few things, my bosses and fellow co-workers were extremely helpful. A typical day at work was compounding IV's, answering phone calls to answer nurses questions or relay messages to the pharmacist, and filling the Pyxis machines. I learned something new every single day there was never a dull moment for my brain. The hardest part of my job was probably making sure I did everything I needed to do in order to accomplish another day of working. Being a pharmacy tech working in a hospital is a lot of responsibility making sure you are organized, clean, on your toes, have good communication, respect, and being precise when dealing with the medication so there are no errors. The most enjoyable part of my job was building relationships with my co-workers and like I said I learned something new everyday.