When we were small, most of us wanted to be a doctor and take care of people and help the sick. But we grew up, our priorities changed and some of us who saw that there is lot of blood and one has to cut up a living or worse, a dead human being, we automatically changed our careers. But there are some the brave ones who became doctors and stood like strong pillars in this virus affected era.
If you still care much for the world and you want to put in your contributions but without seeing blood or cutting up humans, then we suggest that you become a pharmacist and work in shops of home delivery pharmacy in Dubai.
There tons of benefits of being a pharmacist but just like any other job, this job has its challenges too that you have to face being a pharmacist.
Being Precise: for example, if a person has ordered vitamin D online and you send vitamin E and the person accidently eats the medicine, if he or she is allergic to this vitamin, then things can get messy for you. So, you have to be super attentive at all times.
Costly Study: being a doctor or having to study for a career that is related to medical or health care is very expensive. You be baffled to know that max number of doctors are more than $200,000 in debt because of their studies.
Extended Education: after you have done your degree, don’t think that you can go about getting hired or landing jobs because you will be needing to do some extra study that is the specialization and then you have to do house job and if there is any other study required for your degree, you have to do it.
Long Shift Hours: even though it is a flexible job but pharmacies are meant to open for all night long and it will become a nightmare for you if your colleague that is supposed to cover the shift after or before you, skips a day. Since you will have to look after the pharmacy until someone else arrives.
Advanced Studies: if there is new research on medicines and it requires you to become qualified for the current job, again, you will have to appear in some sort of exam.