I've worked for Walgreens for about seven months now. Seven very long months. I like people, I hate customers. I like medicine, I hate ringing up groceries when people are picking up their prescription (that happens to have 0 copay). I love learning about the industry, I hate dealing with insurance issues. I wouldn't mind being a pharmacist in retail, since the ammount of flak you catch is greatly reduced by your technicians. But I sincerely hate being a technician for a retail pharmacy. They say our 24 hour store is the worst to work at in the district. 3836 in Port Richey, FL. If anyone knows it. Forgot to mention that my aspirations are to be a pharmacist, but I guess that's a given if I'm on this forum. I feel like I could learn so much more in a hospital pharmacy, away from all the other bs that goes with retail. The pharmacists I work with say it's just as bad, you deal with the nurses yelling at you and the like, but I can't imagine it could be any worse than retail with corporate breathing down your neck to make numbers. I should be getting my certification results back in about a month. Anyone who has worked both retail and hospital pharmacy, should I try to get out of the hell that is walgreens? What are the pros and cons of working in a hospital? Thanks for any replies.