What’s It Like to Work as a Pharmacist in San Francisco?
If you could work anywhere in the United States, many of us would choose to work in San Francisco. Home to University of California, a world-leading biomedical institution that includes multiple teaching hospitals, not to mention numerous medical groups and other prospective companies, San Francisco holds numerous opportunities for new and experienced pharmacists.
As a San Francisco resident, you’ll also have no shortage of things to do in your free time. You’re less than an hour from Napa and Sonoma Wine Country. You have the (chilly) Pacific Ocean nearby. And you have endless arts, fine dining, and recreational opportunities. What’s not to love? Continue reading “Working in San Francisco As a Pharmacist”
A medical technologist, also known as a medical laboratory scientist, med tech or lab tech, usually works in the laboratory of a hospital or in an independent laboratory that services hospitals or medical offices. Although medical technologists perform their work behind the scenes and rarely come in contact with patients or physicians, their work plays a vital role in diagnosis and treatment of diseases and provides answers to life or death questions practically every day.
If you’ve ever considered pursuing a career as a medical technologist, it’s important to learn what the work is like and the steps you must take to get started in this field.
The 2019 school year is coming to an end and summer is almost here. Do you know where you will be at the start of the next school year? Wherever you dream of working, Soliant can make it happen. We are here to help you every step of the way, so you can focus on what really matters, the kids.
As a special education teacher, you’re prepared to work with students who have a wide range of disabilities, including learning, mental, emotional and physical. You’re able to adapt general education lessons to meet the needs of special education students and teach various subjects to students with mild to moderate disabilities.
And to land the job you want, you must create a resume that displays not only your training, skills and expertise, but also your dedication to special education and to serving children with special needs. It’s not an easy task to differentiate yourself from other candidates with a couple of pieces of paper, but it can be done. When you create a resume that is uniquely yours, with just a glance, principals will be able to get an idea of who you are and the kind of teacher you’ll be. Consider these resume tips for special education teachers to develop the resume that will open doors to the job you want.
Have you ever thought about pursuing a career in respiratory therapy? Like other allied health careers, becoming a registered respiratory therapist can make you an in-demand health professional.
If you’re considering a career in respiratory therapy, take time to learn as much as you can about the job to determine whether it’s a good fit for you. Here are the answers to four common questions to help you get started.
When many people think of pharmacy positions, the first thing that comes to mind is the friendly face who fills their prescriptions at the local drug store. However, retail pharmacy jobs are not the only positions out there for pharmacists and pharmacy techs to take advantage of. There are many jobs available in hospital pharmacies and though you might think they are the same, these jobs can be vastly different. Here is what you can expect in a hospital pharmacy versus a retail pharmacy.