Yeah they help you pay off your loans by giving you an allowance of $30/hr for the otherwise volunteer pharmacist work you'd be doing for them. The other term for this is called "giving you a paycheck."
Holy crap how is it only $46/hr???
Modest anteater is that you???Anything above 15 USD / hour is good. I'm happy that wages are still in the 40's giving the massive saturation the industry is seeing with ~15,000 new grads a year. Hopefully it won't dip into the 30's USD / hour until 2021 at the earliest.
Meawhile Kaiser pharmacists being paid $80/hr with mandatory annual raises that kinda cover cost of living increases
Also CVS can screw you over and put on on a LOLblacklist that somehow other employers actually look up? SDN thread "Pharmacist blacklisted on global database Esteem"
LOL, hey man nah i been busy moving back home, was AFK for a bit packing and living life. Back home , looking around, but in no rush after i saw what the offers are like out there. No more moving across country or state for retail . The gamble is too high. We have a nice cushion and are happy to be taking a break from retail for a while, prob through he holidays.Welcome back buddy! You still at Wally World?
Lol yep but I am just mad how I wasn’t given other chance like many of my classmates after failing their law exam on first attempt. And I know retail sucks but as a new graduate I don’t have much options. So I will take however many hours I get at first while I look for something better.They're all ****ty.
Did you not get any other offers? I feel like this would be choosing between getting hit by an 18 wheeler or run over by an elephant...I am currently a grad intern at Walgreens. Walgreens is offering 46$/hr as a floater, and CVS is offering 53$/hr as a staff pharmacist. I know the computer system at Walgreens, and I have to learn everything if I leave Walgreens and join CVS. Which one should I pick?