setting priorities is really hard
October 5, 2009 7:27pm CST
right now i am currently working as an assistant pharmacist and at the same time i am reviewing for ielts. just recently my co worker resigned which add us more work. we now work 6 times per week and so this additional work shortens my time to review. if i will absent i will not earn because the policy is no work no pay and if i will not study i might fail. what should i do?
• United States
6 Oct 09
Whichever you wanna pursue most, go for it. If you want to be a future pharmacist, then I'd go EVERY day to your job. It's worth it, because you learn under your mentor, while studying. This in turn will make you a very successful pharmacist. Now, think how it must have been for the pharmacist you worked under. If he/she had to go through hard work and patience, then you too, if you want to be a pharmacist, should do the same. This all fits in to the famous phrase "Hard work pays off." I'm not saying you have to do this, but if you really want to pursue the pharmaceutical field, you should do everything in your ability to work hard, study hard, and become a successful future pharmacist.