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FYI - Pharmaceutical Careers
New medicines are always being discovered and developed, and the pharmaceutical industry is a major part of our medical world. If you are looking at pharmaceutical careers, you could be entering an industry that not only finds new treatments for illness, but also makes sure that their products are safe and well-tested. The industry works with hospitals, doctors and medical professionals to help make people's lives healthier and cure disease.
Pharmaceutical careers usually start with a degree in a relevant subject. This could be chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacy or other related subject. The pharmaceutical industry usually has a minimum entry level of a bachelor's degree, but many positions require a master's degree or even a doctorate. Because many of the pharmaceutical companies have large research programs, graduate training is provided for many people in the industry, resulting in graduate qualifications.
Working in the pharmaceutical industry can be very rewarding. Not only will you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are playing a major part in the well-being of the nation, you could, depending on the role you are playing, be working on the cutting edge of research into new drugs, finding new chemical compounds, working on the ways in which disease affects the human body, or testing new drugs for their fitness for the purpose they were designed for. Of course, you will be rewarded with a good salary as well. Average salary levels for many pharmaceutical careers hover around $78,000 according to the US Bureau of Labor.
|Programs offered: Pharmacy Technician
Degrees offered: Certificate
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