I've been working at a pharmacy as a tech for a couple of months now and I like the actual job... but what I don't like is the customers. Everyone is always rude and will yell at you for just about anything. I keep a positive attitude and laugh about it, but sometimes it really gets to me even though I don't show it and I can't do anything about it. It's really making me rethink about staying in school to become a Pharmacist and I'm not sure what I should do. I've dreamed of becoming a pharmacist for years now and I have almost all of my pre-reqs done, possibly just one more year of undergrad, I just don't know how I'll deal with rude people for the rest of my life. I think that when I decide that enough is enough and I completely change my career-path, there's no other option for me since it has always been pharmacy. Do the customers stop being rude when you're a pharmacist or will I have to deal with poorly raised people for the rest of my career? Or any suggestions of what I should do with my life? Help please.