Wednesday, September 22, 2004

From the Globe and Mail:
Internet hurting pharmacists
Rapid expansion of both Internet and traditional pharmacies has exacerbated the shortage of pharmacists in Manitoba, a new survey says.

Moreover, pharmacists' wages have gone through the roof. The Manitoba Society of Pharmacists polled its members and found their average wage rose from $31.67 per hour in 2001 to $43.69 per hour in 2003, a 38 per cent increase.

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