No offense to retail people, and I know your jobs are useful, but I'm looking for pharmacy career options that require some creativity and "a brain", not just someone who basically dispenses and does data entry most of the day. I also do not really want to deal with angry customers all day. So far I've thought about going into clinical research. I'm doing my PharmD with a statistics minor, so that would make me more marketable for that kind of job. I also thought of regulatory affairs. Any other interesting nontraditional pharmacy jobs with dispensing being a very small part of them (or not there altogether)?