When it comes to hospital pharmacy jobs, the job pays well

By RTE staff reporter John MurphySource: RTE|March 05, 2019 09:52:55The job is a specialist position, usually a pharmacy technician.

The salary ranges from €25,000 to €40,000 a year.

The average salary for a pharmacist is €50,000, with the top earners earning more than €100,000.

The job pays high in some countries, but not in others, so it is good for people in the UK, Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the Republic and Gibraltar.

It is also good for graduates from medical schools, who can earn up to €50 000.

It’s not all good news for those who work in retail or the hospitality industry, however, the jobs do not pay as well as those in the health sector.

However, it is a good job if you’re ready to do something else.

It pays for itself in about six years, says Dr Paul Cusack, chief executive of the Pharmacy Guild of Ireland, which represents pharmacy technicians.

“It’s great for the individual and a great opportunity for young people to start their careers,” he said.

“There are also people with training in pharmacy who can move up to other positions.

It has been very well paid, so you can make a lot of money in a short time.”