“What can I do for you?” — this question commonly posed by retail pharmacists is now anxiously asked of them by prospective employers. The pressure to attract, hire and hang on to qualified community pharmacists is mounting for supermarkets all across the United States. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Alexandria, Va., through its pharmacy chain employment survey, has found that the number of full-time vacancies for retail pharmacists hit 4,044 nationwide in July 2006, up ...

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