pharmacist Job Reviews
Women who are pharmacists have an overall job satisfaction level of 3, 66.7% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $100k-$150k.
Offers part time opportunities which isn't the case for some retail employers
Like I said, I do feel like women are judged for becoming pregnant and taking leave. The women I have met in higher-up management positions do not have children, and I think that can speak volumes. Of course, it may be of their own choosing. Mothers may not want high-stress management positions. Upon hire, I was unsure who I would be answering to, and one guy that I thought was one of my bosses mentioned how that because our clinic was all-women, we might need to pass out "chocolate and Xanax." I thought this was very offensive, but he is not a person I'd respect anyways, and I feel like if I brought it to someone's attention, he would be properly disciplined. However, there is no way to address it without several knowing who brought it up, and I'm afraid I would be negatively impacted. It's easier just to let it go, especially because I found out he really does not have much involvement in the management of my job.
Work/life balance is very challenging. Part time positions are not available in my department, causing many new moms to leave entirely to stay home with baby.