Why I want to be a pharmacist?
Ever since I was a young child, it gave me such great joy to assist someone who needed my help and I have continued to feel the same way to this date. I have always wanted to do something truly great, something that makes people step back and be amazed about what I have accomplished in my life. How I will accomplish this remains a mystery. I may invent an affordable drug to help with cancer or it may just be me helping an elderly person, or any person for that matter, learn how to take their medications and let them know about mixing medications with certain drinks or other medications that could have harmful side effects. I do feel that my time will come soon after I start working with people and medicine.
I believe that life is all about what you make of it, and I believe I will have a very bright future in the pharmacy industry. Every career has its high points and low points, and I'm not saying pharmacy doesn't, but to me, pharmacy had just the right pros and cons I could live with.
What sets me apart from other people is I am very easy to talk to. Something I will bring to the profession will be a comfortable environment, which to me is very important. Having the right environment is important in this profession because if a client is uncomfortable they will not open up to me and tell me exactly what is wrong with them.
I have done a lot of volunteer work in this line and although I have not been paid for my efforts, my experience has prepared me to deal with the ins and outs of the profession. Through pharmacy, I can get a chance to do some community work especially with regard to immunization processes and other procedures that involve offering services to the community.
I believe that pharmacy is a rewarding career. It is one of the most trusted professions in the country. In fact, research shows that pharmacists are the second most trusted professionals in health care. Pharmacists are also the only...
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