Pharmacy Technicians give their job an average rating of 3.6 out of 5.0. The Pharmacy Technicians happiest with their jobs are employed by Baystate Medical Center with an average rating of 0.0 while the Pharmacy Technicians least happy with their jobs work for Fry's Food & Drug Stores with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"As for now it's great. The hours can be long, but you're always doing something. I don't know if they do raises anymore. The pay is okay, but $12.50 isn't really that spectacular for as much work as we do. However, customers can be really sweet and at the end of the day, it really is all about them."
"I worked three years full time, most weekends (currently all weekends), all holidays, second shift. Started at 7.75 and only made it to 9.65 hourly. I was promoted to Inventory Specialist and received "Exceeds Expectations" at every review. I mastered the RX system was valued by both my pharmacists and patients. CVS has refused to pay me at least 10 dollars an hour, a wage that is being paid at many retail outlets and competitors in the area. There is nothing to love about this job, simply because there is no incentive to exceptional work."
"I hate the rude treatment, public humiliation, anxiety, stress, poor pay, no room for advancement, ignorance of managers, being treated like a slave."
"I love what I do because I am good at it, but the pay isn't that great. It's hard to find a good paying PT job."
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