WOONSOCKET, R.I. -- Although CVS here said recently that it would explore international recruitment to help resolve its pharmacist shortage, supermarkets and analysts polled by SN say that option is complicated by stiff state licensing requirements. CVS spokesman Mike DeAngelis said the chain has expanded its recruiting resources throughout the world through on-location opportunities and through the Internet. Specifically, one part of the world CVS will look for pharmacists is the Middle ...

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