Sometimes an author just wants to show what hope looks like instead of telling. This is what J. Evan Johnson has done with his latest release, When its Too Late to Tell.
Your success at math is contingent on writing all of the factors neatly and organized. When you come across a math word problem, the first thought that should come into your head is to grab for a piece of paper to write it out. As you jot it down, write neatly and leave yourself some space between lines.Beware: Exam writers prey on your bad habits.
Becoming hirable will require a bit of work by you. A university degree is a must-have for anyone planning to be considered seriously by potential employers. Fifty years ago, a high school degree was enough to break into a lot of jobs. Three decades ago, a 4-year college degree was a must-have to get into a high-paying pharmacy technician career. Even a bachelor’s degree is not worth quite as much as it used to. A worker with a full graduate degree is what many new employers are in the market for. A bachelor’s degree has become just a checkbox on prospective employers’ lists. A master’s degree (or higher) is what will really grab their attention.
My husband, of course, was very elated of the news. And, of course, he went to the orientation with me. That’s when I met Mr. Bolinger. Mr. Bolinger was a rebel without a cause. He was a construction man. He was a business man. He was a family man, a jokester. He was everything a teacher usually wasn’t. He was real.
With that, he stormed from the store and my co-workers returned, each of them laughing at me as if they had played a marvelous practical joke. I did not comprehend what I had just witnessed. It wasn’t until later, in the course of his visits, when I discovered this customer had suffered a stroke. I knew of strokes but knew nothing of aphasia until years later when we would find ourselves deliriously in love and learning to cope with each other.
I won’t beat around the bush when talking about salaries. As a pharmacy technician school you stand to make anywhere from $25,000 to $45,000/yr before taxes. Of course, this is dependent upon your experience and overall performance and value to your employer. But all in all, you can expect to be somewhere in this range.
Also remember while taking the test to stay calm. Go at your own pace, but just remember the test is still timed. Don’t go too slow. If there are any questions you are unsure of, flag them for review on the computer, but remember to still answer them, even if they are wrong, just in case you don’t have enough time at the end of the test. If you have time at the end, you can review these questions again.
Finally, I would like to say that, every once in a while, thank your Pharmacy Technician for the work that he or she does. Any good pharmacist will tell you, he could not do his job, if we do not do ours.