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No Bueno in Boulder, Colorado

47 months ago

Pharmacy Tech should just leave all the work to the pharmacist.... just stop applying its stupid to get certified.. WASTE I wish I can exposed all the lies about this "PHARMACY JOBS ON THE RISE" sh*t

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No Bueno in Boulder, Colorado

47 months ago

try free labor and volunteer.... the list IS FLOODED with people like you WAITING for the "EXP"... good luck with that, you have to wait a couple of months. the volunteer list is FLOODED I say... SHAME

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Dale in Concord, California

47 months ago

I am a recent graduated from a Pharmacy Tech school, am CphT certified and still waiting for my state license.The California license in it's self take's 60 business day's to complete.Like other's I can not get a job as a Pharmacy Tech, everybody wants 2-5 years experience from hospitals to retail. Even if you want to work per Diem. This information was not provided to me when in school. Mean while I am still jobless with college debt building.Where are all the jobs?

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nic in Sun City, California

47 months ago

Dale in Concord, California said: I am a recent graduated from a Pharmacy Tech school, am CphT certified and still waiting for my state license.The California license in it's self take's 60 business day's to complete.Like other's I can not get a job as a Pharmacy Tech, everybody wants 2-5 years experience from hospitals to retail. Even if you want to work per Diem. This information was not provided to me when in school. Mean while I am still jobless with college debt building.Where are all the jobs?

In my circumstance it took one year to process my license and by that time I was already an unemployed Pharmacy Technician with no experience and no recent job experience as so much time had passed since completing my externship. I had a very high recommendation by my supervisor but was told days before I completed my externship that there was a hiring freeze which is still in effect years later.

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marsm77 in Schiller Park, Illinois

46 months ago

sarwath rasheed in Downers Grove, Illinois said: DEAR SIR/MADAM I WOULD LIKE TO WORK AT ANY WALGREENS OR ANY HOSPITAL PHARMACY AS A PHARMACY TECHNICIAN.I HAVE GOT A BS DEGREE IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES SO PLEASE HLEP ME FINDING A PHARMACY TECH.JOB FOR WHICH I SHALL BE VERY THANKFUL TO YOU.THANKS AGAIN.

Don't focused your attention to retails and hospitals pharmacy only.Did you hear about MAIL ORDER PHARMACIES.These are the booming businesses nowadays.

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marsm77 in Schiller Park, Illinois

46 months ago

Dale in Concord, California said: I am a recent graduated from a Pharmacy Tech school, am CphT certified and still waiting for my state license.The California license in it's self take's 60 business day's to complete.Like other's I can not get a job as a Pharmacy Tech, everybody wants 2-5 years experience from hospitals to retail. Even if you want to work per Diem. This information was not provided to me when in school. Mean while I am still jobless with college debt building.Where are all the jobs?

I am from chicago. Maybe when you took up Pharmacy Technician course, your instructor did not emphasize well about Mail Order Pharmacy.This is the booming Pharmacy business nowadays. I don't like to elaborate why... Just look around in California about CVS/Caremark, the biggest Mail Order Pharmacy. They are still hiring many Pharmacy Techs graduates, even without expiriences, as long as you are Certified. Good luck,I hope you will find work.

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Seriousaboutthis in Chicago, Illinois

45 months ago

No Bueno in Boulder, Colorado said: PHARMACY TECH JOBS ARE NOT ON THE RISE! its on a freeze so don't get scammed by the schools or even by PTCB. don't get certified not worth the time and money. No pharmacy jobs is going to hire you unless you have 1 or 2 years of solid EXP!!!!

This is a lie. It really depends on where you are located and how aggressively you market yourself. I was recently hired by a mail-order company and I haven't taken the certification exam as of date. Admittedly you have to be flexible in the particular areas that you apply and it helps if you have a certification to back it up. But a lot of it is due to networking and speaking with the pharmacist or know someone in the organization. Also you have to apply as soon as it is posted. If it usually three days post, your chances of even getting drops exponentially, but not impossible. Also tailor your resume and cover letter for each job that you apply for. Don't use a boilerplate resume and cover letter for every position you apply for. Also if you don't hear from them after two weeks, call organization and inquire if the position is still available.

Also I wanted to clear up some misunderstandings I see posted in here. Technically pharmacy techs can move up in a position, meaning that they could become a supervisor over other pharmacy techs, they could become an instructor on the side (hence more income), become something else such as working in IT (since they have hands on experience in working with some of the apps used in pharmacy), and the list goes on. So being a pharmacy tech is not some dead end job as some pessimistic folks make it out to be. Of course you will have to attend classes to gain some skills but if you are fortunate, you might have an employer that will help you pay for it. For me, pharmacy tech is a stepping stone into a field I am working towards.

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Seriousaboutthis in Chicago, Illinois

45 months ago

Dale in Concord, California said: I am a recent graduated from a Pharmacy Tech school, am CphT certified and still waiting for my state license.The California license in it's self take's 60 business day's to complete.Like other's I can not get a job as a Pharmacy Tech, everybody wants 2-5 years experience from hospitals to retail. Even if you want to work per Diem. This information was not provided to me when in school. Mean while I am still jobless with college debt building.Where are all the jobs?

If you can afford, you will have to move. Sounds like the Californian job market is in the toilet.

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apples in Fort Myers, Florida

45 months ago

I keep seeing these horror stories about going to school to become a pharmacy technician and then after graduation the student finds out that the school wasn’t Florida Board Certified. Why waste money and time on these schools? You can’t get hired. So, I’ve been specifically looking up certified schools and this school “PharmTec” (www.pharmtecschools.com) I found seems to be the best bet. They’re more affordable and have a shorter duration than a lot of other schools. And, they’re board certified!

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A Davis in Glen Allen, Virginia

43 months ago

The best way to become a Pharmacy Technician is to take an online program offered by www.RxTechExam.com They offer and extraordinarily inexpensive curriculum that has yielded a very high success rate on the National Examination. Don't be tricked into spending thousands on your education. Do it for less.

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angty in Panama City, Florida

42 months ago

SARAH in El Monte, California said: I'M HAVING THAT PROBLEM TOO. I'VE BEEN ASKING AROUND AND SOME PEOPLE SUGGEST THAT I VOLUNTEER AT A PHARMACY. I WOULDN'T MIND BUT I'M LIVING ON MY OWN AND I DON'T THINK I COULD AFFORD TO JUST VOLUNTEER MY TIME AS A PHARM TECH WITH NO PAY. WHERE WOULD I HAVE THE TIME TO GET A PART TIME JOB WHILE VOLUNTEERING? I AM SO PISSED OFF WITH THIS PHARM TECH S***, I DON'T THINK I'M GOING TO RENEW MY LICENSE! I'M IN SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA IF ANYBODY CAN HELP???

Try asking to shadow for a couple days at walgreens, CVS or local drug store. And put in your resume that you have shadowed those places. Even though you have no experience. At least they know you have been in the setting before and may get you the job.

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Daniel in Saint Charles, Illinois

38 months ago

So do you have any suggestions on "Job Searching" the market or is it just an indeed search like everything else? I am glad that the job makes for growth, however I also, sadly am having a hard time finding an occupation... I have my CPhT certification, however right now mount prospect is not a workable distance from me, and I would like to get some experience in the field. Where should I start looking? Western Suburbs

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seriousaboutthis in Markham, Illinois

38 months ago

Daniel in Saint Charles, Illinois said: So do you have any suggestions on "Job Searching" the market or is it just an indeed search like everything else? I am glad that the job makes for growth, however I also, sadly am having a hard time finding an occupation... I have my CPhT certification, however right now mount prospect is not a workable distance from me, and I would like to get some experience in the field. Where should I start looking? Western Suburbs

Have you cold-called local hospitals or clinics or independent pharmacies? How about nursing homes or long term care homes? Have you applied to Baxter?

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ptcbeasy in Watsonville, California

38 months ago

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35 months ago

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diane in Snellville, Georgia

33 months ago

Carry in Houston, Texas said: Been turned down for 4 years as a Certified Pharmacy Technician. Went to school got certified and registered. The problem, I have No experience. So how can I get a pharmacy technician job without no previous pharmacy technician experience, only school experience. I'd go into a pharmacy to speak to the head Pharmacist and it seems they look at you good first, then say no openings and will tell me to try elsewhere???? I even took a job readiness class so I know how to speak and dress somewhat professional, clean looking, natural hair color, close toe shoes, clean nails etc. even when walking in. Do they pick by appearance and choose whom they prefer to work there? Of course they will pick the one with more experience but how can I even start if I never get hired? I also heard that the staff won't have the time to train you if you are new so they won't bother hiring you???? Why won't they even give someone new to the field a try? How to get a Pharmacy technician job with no previous retail or hospital experience?
Do some volunteer work.Where you want to work.

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diane in Ashburn, Virginia

33 months ago

Do some volunteer work when you want to learn a new craft.

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diane in Ashburn, Virginia

33 months ago

Do some volunteer work when you want to learn a new craft.

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Disgruntled PhT in Phoenix, Arizona

33 months ago

Highly Discouraged in Mesa, Arizona said: I attended Pima Medical Institute and graduated in the top of my class. I was told repeatedly there was a dire need for pharmacy techs. So, where is this dire need I wonder? I have been applying for months to jobs, and have been noticing that a lot of these jobs that I've been applying to (and never get a reply from) get posted over and over, and on every job site on the internet.

It looks as if there is a lot of opportunities, but if you pay attention and look closer, you will notice that they are just duplicates of each other, re-worded in most cases. Hmmmmm.

It wasn't until I was on my extern that I learned the truth. The pharmacist explained to me that these schools are basically in cahoots with certain companies and recruiting agencies to pop out tons of techs so that the companies have more candidates to choose from.

Supply and demand: When there's so many people going for the same jobs, the employers can in turn pay employees less because their demand is so low... which ultimately means more profit for the schools and companies.

When will they start to really think about how this hurts us?

This actually makes sense. I graduated from Pima Community College, and I wonder if this is simply a way to increase both graduation turnout and "items" to "sell" to companies.

By the way: this thing lies. I am in Tucson, not Phoenix.

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ptcbeasyusa in San francsico, California

33 months ago

If you are struggling passing the PTCB exam or scared need that extra assurance, you are not alone! I have been there! I'm happy to help! I noticed many books out there make it harder than it needs to be! You don't need a tutor! You don't need to spend 10k for a school or 2k for one of those online schools. All you need is the right tools to pass the exam! I spent countless hours of hard sweat work to find the right tools that made it easy to understand. I passed the PTCB exam with flying colors on the first attempt! Email me ptcbeasy@gmail.com

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RxTechExam in Midlothian, Virginia

31 months ago

The best way to become a Pharmacy Technician is to take an online program offered by www.RxTechExam.com We offer and extraordinarily inexpensive curriculum that has yielded a very high success rate on the National Examination. Don't be tricked into spending thousands on your education. Do it for less.

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Fort Smith AR guy

30 months ago

I have to say this is a little late (and you where posting at a much worse time in out economy), but I hear in Arkansas I was hired with no experience and most of my co workers where as well. But of couse this ins really a CAREER but more of a job. Id rocked spending elsewhere (this post is more for other people who come across this than you sence it's been like 5 years hah )

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rosie in Sacramento, California

29 months ago

Oluwaseun Ife in Waco, Texas said: hey Joy,
I see that u're from Desoto, TX..let me share my story with u since I'm a new CphT seeking employment. Do you know this pharmacy called SMA Pharmacy in your area? It's owned by an african. Last couple of days, i was interviewed by the owner who offered me (CphT) $7 an hour, I mean SEVEN DOLLARS AN HOUR, and would want me to start by next week.......

This is crazy! I worked for a pharmacy several months after graduating ( after many many applications) from a Texas college. The 8ld man hired me knowing my spanish was not great and aft3r about a months theu slapped me with a form and said they needed me to self resign due to the fact he didnt know my spanish really wasntthat great SUCH BULL...1 I was veey young and waant aware for how illegal that was but the qay it was brought up positioned myself to be the one 100% at fault i alao got paid 7 an hour ans according to other techs in the facility i was also way underpaid in comparison to the few month difference in experience i had vs other new hire techs Let me tell you ive moved out of state to California after 1 year of no luck in the field....and to this day have yet to work for a pharmacy in my new location mind you i graduated back in 2004.....i still have a current ptcb certification after all this time yes i still try but seriously! ! The struggle is real and emotionally really does make me want to give up the dream although it may be underpaid...i just hate seen all that $ i paid majority out of pocket go down the drain.....best of luck to all techs you are not alone

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Mr. Cano in Sanger, California

21 months ago

Kaylee in San Antonio, Texas said: Please be kindly give me some clue,How did you apply at Walgreens? Who should we talk to at the store?
Thank you,
Kaylee

Walgreens website to apply. I honestly think I went to school and chose the wrong field. Walgreens does what they please with their employees. You usually have an externship and that is the time you have to proove yourself to an employer. 1. Do not take an externship at a place that is not hiring. Its a waste of time they will use,the extra labor and move on. Tell your extern cordinator it is your choice period. Be aware of who is hiring. It is only good business to hire an extern who has been trained and work ethic is known than a new employee. 2. Be a rock star in you externship. Take a pocket notebook and write everything down. Dont stand around always be in motion. Fill, answer phones, restock, clean, ask enough questions to show your interest but not stop work flow. Never stand around my two externs both offered me jobs. 3. Learn a second language, if you know spanish you trippled your value as an employee. 4. Dont dress too formal a pharmacy tech job is a job you have to role your sleeves back and break a sweat. Quality first but you also need quanity. 5. Look the person in the eye who is hiring with confidence and speak to him with respect but as if he or she is one of your fellow classmates to show you are comfortible conversating with managment and patients. Having good friendly communication skills with a smile is a plus. 6. Dont give up, apply everywhere once a month and look for pharmacies you didnt know existed. Good luck and Be Well.

Mr. Cano 11 years in th business topped out pay at 20.13. Never again will I get a raise at walgreens since they lowered their top out pay to 18.00.

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Mr. Cano in Sanger, California

21 months ago

diane in Snellville, Georgia said: Do some volunteer work.Where you want to work.

Pharmacies dont have volenteers, insurance issues.. ???

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rhondarikkikirchner in Thousand Oaks, California

21 months ago

I have been certified, both by the State of California and as a CPhT, but in California, you can't get a pharmacy technician job unless you know SPANISH! Go figure! Reverse discrimination!!!

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Renee in Los Angeles, California

20 months ago

I applied at Walgreen's & got no response. It's best to start as a pharmacy clerk or a mail order pharmacy company.

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Renee in Los Angeles, California

20 months ago

Dale in Concord, California said: I am a recent graduated from a Pharmacy Tech school, am CphT certified and still waiting for my state license.The California license in it's self take's 60 business day's to complete.Like other's I can not get a job as a Pharmacy Tech, everybody wants 2-5 years experience from hospitals to retail. Even if you want to work per Diem. This information was not provided to me when in school. Mean while I am still jobless with college debt building.Where are all the jobs?

I know how you feel, same here, it's best to apply for a pharmacy clerk or mail order pharmacy position and move up from there. These jobs require clerical, data entry exp only. I hope this help, don't give up like I did, now it's been 13 years since I even tried to apply anywhere.

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Tristan's Mom in Bronx, New York

20 months ago

Rhonda Rikki Kirchner in Thousand Oaks, California said: I have been certified, both by the State of California and as a CPhT, but in California, you can't get a pharmacy technician job unless you know SPANISH! Go figure! Reverse discrimination!!!

That seems to be the issue nationwide! they seem to be more concerned with you being bilingual than your actual credentials and/or experience. The united states is the only place where in order for you to get a decent job you have to speak whole other language that isn't of the land #frustrating

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Barb24 in Wheaton, Illinois

19 months ago

If you have absolutely no medical/pharmacy background I'd recommend Career Step because in addition to being fully prepared to pass the PTCB exam, they have externship partnerships with Walgreens and CVS, so by the time you pass the exam, you can already have your foot in the door. The cost of tuition also includes a voucher for your exam and an iPad Air:

referral.careerstep.com/ref36530

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fatimalyusif@*****.*** in Wixom, Michigan

14 months ago

Kaylee in San Antonio, Texas said: Please be kindly give me some clue,How did you apply at Walgreens? Who should we talk to at the store?
Thank you,
Kaylee

Hi I did just like you and I passed the ptcb test. I want to apply to walgreen pharmacy, can you please give me an idae about their assessment? ?? Mostly about which subject? ??

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rugbybabe in District of Columbia

13 months ago

fatimalyusif@*****.*** in Wixom, Michigan said: Hi I did just like you and I passed the ptcb test. I want to apply to walgreen pharmacy, can you please give me an idae about their assessment? ?? Mostly about which subject? ??

it's honestly very easy. it's super simple mathematical calculations and identifications w/ images. the questionnaire section is just scenarios and your work ethic - you respond appropriately.

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Mamacita in Houston, Texas

8 months ago

Incase you are interested in working for united Health care home delivery pharmacy (Optum). They start you off at $15.46/hr. I know they have openings in Carlsbad CA, sugarland TX and Kansas.if you have any questions about this. You can reply back

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DD in Katy, Texas

7 months ago

Mamacita in Houston, Texas said: Incase you are interested in working for united Health care home delivery pharmacy (Optum). They start you off at $15.46/ hr . I know they have openings in Carlsbad CA, sugarland TX and Kansas.if you have any questions about this. You can reply back

is it still available now?

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Pheeebe in Washington, District of Columbia

7 months ago

I am looking forward to going back to Walmart soon. I applied there when there was opening- but I never properly followed it up because of what was going on in my life. Moving, going to courts and stuff. Walmart pays the maximum to Rphts with some years of experience. Hopefully they currently have opening at the same location and hire me with no problems. I am putting touches to my Cover letter and Resume in the mean time.

To the original poster, Did you find something yet? You should try Rite Aide, they always have openings.

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Kcs in Rogers, Arkansas

7 months ago

I have handled legal litigation insurance claims for 21 years, 21 yrs of medical reviews and evaluations.
I want to use my medical background but I am burned out on insurance after 21 yrs.
my hope is to find a phtech job now that I. An work full time, study through the phtech courses and apply what I'm learning Day to day at work, grad in 4 mos and start new career.
What employer lets you do that?
I'm also on the Ark / Okla border. Both states require different licenses

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Kcs in Rogers, Arkansas

7 months ago

Pheeebe in Washington, District of Columbia said: I am looking forward to going back to Walmart soon. I applied there when there was opening- but I never properly followed it up because of what was going on in my life. Moving, going to courts and stuff. Walmart pays the maximum to Rphts with some years of experience. Hopefully they currently have opening at the same location and hire me with no problems. I am putting touches to my Cover letter and Resume in the mean time.

To the original poster, Did you find something yet? You should try Rite Aide, they always have openings.

I've worked for Walmart in a different capacity and have family who are phtech for WM and not one person likes working for Wm. They treat their Employees horribly. The yearly bonus isn't worth it.

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Wyatt Lanche CPhT in Virginia Beach, Virginia

6 months ago

Not sure why so many of you are having trouble. I went to school also (just a Pharm Tech program at my community College). I took the test and passed the first time, in December 2016. I was Certified and licensed by the end of the month. I work at a mail order pharmacy now, making $18.25/Hr without any prior Pharm Tech experience. I did work in a specialist office before becoming certified though. Before I took this job however, I was able to get interviews at two hospitals, a compounding pharmacy and a slew of retail places like grocery stores and CVS. I also had my instructor write me a letter of recommendation, as well as my last employer so that probably helped too. You have to be proactive and make them believe you want the job, not act like it's temporary even if it is.

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Barb24 in Wheaton, Illinois

6 months ago

Career Step has agreements with many Walgreens and CVS for their students to do externships during their training. This can really be helpful in getting your foot in the door. They have been training professionals in the healthcare field for over 20 years, so many employers recognize the name. They also offer help with your resume and job search once you graduate.

Career Step's Pharmacy Technician course always includes a voucher to take the PTCB exam and payment plans to help you pay for the tuition over time. Depending on time of year, they often run specials on their tuition, often a free laptop or tuition discount when you enroll by a certain date. This week they are offering a $400 tuition discount:

referral.careerstep.com/pt?ref=36530

They are also approved for MyCAA funding which allows military spouses to train for professional jobs with no out of pocket expenses.

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Unemployed w/o exp Pharmacytech in Virginia Beach, Virginia

25 days ago

Wyatt Lanche CPhT in Virginia Beach, Virginia said: Not sure why so many of you are having trouble. I went to school also (just a Pharm Tech program at my community College ). I took the test and passed the first time, in December 2016. I was Certified and licensed by the end of the month. I work at a mail order pharmacy now, making $18.25/ Hr without any prior Pharm Tech experience. I did work in a specialist office before becoming certified though. Before I took this job however, I was able to get interviews at two hospitals, a compounding pharmacy and a slew of retail places like grocery stores and CVS . I also had my instructor write me a letter of recommendation, as well as my last employer so that probably helped too. You have to be proactive and make them believe you want the job, not act like it's temporary even if it is.

Do you know of mail order companies in the Virginia Beach area.

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Barb24 in Wheaton, Illinois

23 days ago

Unemployed w/o exp Pharmacytech in Virginia Beach, Virginia said: Do you know of mail order companies in the Virginia Beach area.

In addition to stand alone mail-order pharmacies, many large prescription drug insurance providers (such as CVS Caremark) have their own mail order divisions, so there are probably more out there than you think. Mail order pharmacies and hospitals tend to offer the best starting wages, if you live near a larger metropolitan area you probably have a better chance of finding these kinds of positions. Check local job listings on Indeed or other job sites.
Career Step's Pharmacy Technician program will prepare you for the PTCE, if its required in your state and their tuition includes a voucher for the exam.
They are also offering a laptop (or tuition discount if you already have a computer) to students who enroll by the end of the month. Here is a link to that offer:
referral.careerstep.com/pt?ref=36530

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