It's a little awkward getting started.

by Johanna
(Oklahoma City, OK, USA)

The requirements are that you must be employed in a pharmacy in order to apply and receive a permit. You aren't allowed to do much in the pharmacy until you receive the permit so you mostly will do computer based training or, in retail, cashiering until your permit arrives in a few weeks after completing and passing the open book test and application for the permit. Most pharmacies will pay for your permit or at least reimburse you for it. If you're worried about the mail arriving to you (especially if you have kids or roommates) then you can opt to have the permit mailed to your employer's address. Once you get your permit then you can start actually filling prescriptions but until then you are considered a clerk or Pharmacy Cashier.

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