He describes himself as a full time pharmacist and it seems he is giving advise on pharmacist that are burned out and want to get out of retail because they feel unfulfilled not unemployed pharmacist. There seems to be a lot of miserable but employed pharmacist.LOL the author of that article is Alex Barker, master con artist and the very definition of a scam artist. He started his own company “The Happy PharmD” which is all about being a career coach for unemployed pharmacists and helping them get jobs. The whole premise of how he makes money is to convince pharmacists to not give up hope in this saturated market while extracting easy money from them because when you’re desperate for any job you’re going to start turning to CV/coaching services. He obviously is going to address the saturation head on to add “realism” and “credibility” to his name but spin it in such a way to always keep things positive. If you think about it, he is actually MORE DANGEROUS than faculty of pharmacy schools who spew BS because he 1. Isn’t even a practicing pharmacist, and 2. Preys on the desperate while faculty only prey on the uninformed.
Look at the big picture here - if there are actually jobs for pharmacists out there then people like Alex Barker would themselves be unemployed.