Hi. I’m undecided on which career to choose. I’m in between being a pharmacist and a pharmaceutical lawyer. I’m good at both law studies and life/health sciences. Which of these two career is the better choice? What are the pros and cons?
Well you really don’t have to chose. You could become a pharmacist, then apply to law school.
That would make it very expensive. Pharmacy school is (at the very least) 20k per year, law school is (at the very least) 25k per year.
Agreed. I was thinking more along the lines of become a pharmacist, work and sace then go to law school ( part time or full time). You need an ubdergrad degree before law school. Pharmacists are paid well.