Monday, May 23, 2011

Advice To New Graduates

I stopped by and read The Angry Pharmacist's recent advice to new grads, and I couldn't agree with him more. If you haven't realized it yet it in the four years that you've been in school with your future "colleagues", it's not the customers or patients that you need to watch out for, it's your co-workers and apathetic supervisors. They're the ones who are going to make your career miserable.

Take it from someone who's experienced being screwed by those who seemed the most trusted. Don't think everyone is your friend or looking out in your best interests, they're not. When push comes to shove, your colleagues will throw you under the bus.

The best advice for you is to don't try to keep up with the Joneses, live below your means, save your money, and carry no debt. Freedom from debt gives you the power of choice. Because, this is what you have to look forward to in the workplace -

I see what you mean Cynical Pharmacist, but why in the world would a professional colleague want to treat one of their own so poorly? I mean, what possible reason could another pharmacist have to put their own interests ahead of mine, and even the profession as a whole?

Well, let me introduce you to the real world with a little 1970s-style answer.

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