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in what ways could it possibly be useful in the future? that's my question. My reason for posting isn't to hear that I may change my mind and want to be a traditional pharmacist one day...I will not work in a patient-facing role such as retail/hospital/patient-facing role, no matter what happens in my current role. It is not my interest, and frankly I struggle in those settings. So the idea of getting/maintaining a license seems like a waste of time and money. Please advise me what non-patient facing roles might require a license in the future???