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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Jydrey: 6:21pm On Sep 07, 2020
The greed you are referring to is a system problem. In some countries prices are controlled and that'sthe job of the govt.
And if you talking about global pricing, a lot of money goes into research before a single molecule can be produce.
Lastly it is good for us all to know that whatever path we choosein life it is good to know that there's a dignity in labour. So be it nursing, farming, I.T, teaching, whatever your finds doing, do it well.
Tajbol4splend:




Envy? I'm feeding myself and my family, I have a job of my own, In fact I have a farm of my own, I wonder why I would be envious of other people's source of income, I don't envy it, I just condemn the greed and extortion by you guys
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by sweettease(f): 6:21pm On Sep 07, 2020
Neobulletzz:

True

But remember the license ain’t yours so the owner would always be the decider lowkey because it is his license on the line
That's where a contract comes in, he doesnt need to be a major partner and the terms of contract can mean that he can be replaced by another pharmacist.

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Chasdonblizz: 6:28pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
i laugh when I see this coming from kids. my brother finished school before you even dreamt of writing jamb abi waec. I have doctor friends and I don't think they talk like this. i bet it with you that you must be in either 200 level or 300 level. let me tell you something if you have seen my posts. I got admitted to study medicine and I didn't go not because I am too proud but because I can't bear to see pains of people. i no fear blood my company i work many have had their hands cut off some burnt. you don't know anything. my brother says some doctors pay for patients. He hates it when a patient is dying and they are asking for police report. He doesn't even practice his full scope. don't use this as an excuse. you are a kid and I know it better prepare for your post jamb.
.Lol, look at this one o. You really must be daft.You said you got admission to study medicine and didn't accept it? Mehn,bring another lie brother,you ain't talking to a kid here. Look at you sef,you can't even write coherently and you said you gained admission to study medicine with this your write up.I weep for you. Next time,start a sentence with capital letter and stop embarrassing your village people here.

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by AlphaT1(m): 6:30pm On Sep 07, 2020
Amotolongbo:
With the Nigerian B.Pharm certificate in US?
I advise you again, stop displaying deep ignorance in public space. Did you go to school at all? Your ignorance is nauseating...tuah!!

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by sweettease(f): 6:30pm On Sep 07, 2020
ILuvBreasts:
so the partnership is for free?
With the nigerian situation, you can find pharmacists willing to be associated for a fee, so it is just like another job and he is easily replaceable if the contract is done right in a situation where the non-pharmacist holder controls the fund. Being a partner doesnt mean you have 50% share for contributing no fund to the business. Besides, the option of being a partner isnt even readily available for pharmacists, a lot of them will jump at that opportunity.

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by sweettease(f): 6:35pm On Sep 07, 2020
onyxo76:
oh really, I didn't know about that, but they make good returns from the practise
Depends on the agreement but I guess it can be considered good returns. Also, that option is not readily available for them.

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Nobody: 6:35pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chasdonblizz:
.Lol, look at this one o. You really must be daft.You said you got admission to study medicine and didn't accept it? Mehn,bring another lie brother,you ain't talking to a kid here. Look at you sef,you can't even write coherently and you said you gained admission to study medicine with this your write up.I weep for you. Next time,start a sentence with capital letter and stop embarrassing your village people here.
you think is everybody that can spend eight years for one course ehn guy get sense people have choices and don't think you will earn as much as I earn or even more. prestige ain't anything . the small letters use is my niche. check my posts
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by guychidile: 6:38pm On Sep 07, 2020
guys should go for pharmacy,while ladies to nurse
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Ejenavi18(f): 6:41pm On Sep 07, 2020
stancod:
gud day sis, pls I need info of the nursing course.someonw close to me wants to apply.how do I go about it thanks
You can choose to go through any university of your choice that offers Nursing, study for 5 years and obtain a BSc degree in Nursing at the end OR

You can go through School/College of Nursing and study for 3years and obtain a Registered Nurse certificate at the end.

Either way, you need 5credits(which includes Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Physics and Biology) in your WAEC or NECO in not more than two sittings and sit for JAMB(as in the case of university) or write an entrance exam (as in the case of Schools/Colleges of Nursing)
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by fayded(m): 6:53pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
you lie. 120 thousand naira for state and 140 for federal. i don't hate doctors but the system besides my brother is a doctor also

Oga.. I hate liars.. Pls and Pls stop lying.i am a doctor(600lvl sha)..
I come from a family of doctors.. And I can swear to it that none has ever been paid less than 150k during ij ng their housejob...
Lemme just give u few examples..
Esut, Park Lane enugu pays 150k
Fmc, owerri pays 168k
Fmc umuahia pays 180k
Unth pays 170-180k
Absuth pays 145k
Ahmadu Bella pays 206..
Generally d north pays alot more
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Chasdonblizz: 7:01pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
you think is everybody that can spend eight years for one course ehn guy get sense people have choices and don't think you will earn as much as I earn or even more. prestige ain't anything . the small letters use is my niche. check my posts
Look at this Hushpuppi wannabe.Continue,EFFC will soon catch up with you.And for your information,your niche sucks..Ode!
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by homesteady(m): 7:06pm On Sep 07, 2020
bizme:
Actually, more than you realize. Right now, if you have questions about the data presented on that particular website, kindly direct your questions to them.

Perhaps I should also quickly mention that that information on that page only focuses on hospital pharmacists. Quite a number of pharmacists engaged in the business part make about that amount in ONE DAY. I am sure you will disagree again with that. But that is allowed.

An intern pharmacist in many of those hospitals take between 120k and 140k, and that is before NYSC. You don't have to argue this with me, locate a pharmacist that you can trust his/her words and then ask him/her.



Sir, if not for this COVID break, I would have been a Doctor by now and I'm telling you that even consultants hardly get that salary. The reason why some consultants might be getting that high is because they are also getting salary from the university as lecturers. Mind you, they will also have to be long time consultants.

Or do Pharmacists now earn more than Doctors?

I'm not talking about business, if you like say they make 50 million in one day, that's your business grin
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by banjo022(m): 7:06pm On Sep 07, 2020
bizme:
Definitely.
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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Nobody: 7:08pm On Sep 07, 2020
banjo022:
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I have it already. Kindly edit to remove it from the public space.
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Nobody: 7:08pm On Sep 07, 2020
fayded:


Oga.. I hate liars.. Pls and Pls stop lying.i am a doctor(600lvl sha)..
I come from a family of doctors.. And I can swear to it that none has ever been paid less than 150k during ij ng their housejob...
Lemme just give u few examples..
Esut, Park Lane enugu pays 150k
Fmc, owerri pays 168k
Fmc umuahia pays 180k
Unth pays 170-180k
Absuth pays 145k
Ahmadu Bella pays 206..
Generally d north pays alot more
connection sure for you die. I remember when my brother was looking for placement chaii. If you say they pay much like this how much do they pay interns
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Amotolongbo(f): 7:30pm On Sep 07, 2020
AlphaT1:

I advise you again, stop displaying deep ignorance in public space. Did you go to school at all? Your ignorance is nauseating...tuah!!
undecided undecided undecided

“Go to school”? undecided undecided

That statement really shows how educated you are

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Amotolongbo(f): 7:33pm On Sep 07, 2020
stancod:
gud day sis, pls I need info of the nursing course.someonw close to me wants to apply.how do I go about it thanks
there are many threads that can guide on that here on nairaland if you can search for it.

What do you wanna know about it sir?
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by calebify1(m): 8:11pm On Sep 07, 2020
Paromarc:


Good to know we are Pharmily members grin
Nice
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by calebify1(m): 8:13pm On Sep 07, 2020
Jacktours:
bro be sure of what you are saying most dr and pharmacist that left for canada and usa are nt practicing ...but as a nurse its very easy to get into health system of developed countries

I don't have the strength to start argument with you Biko.
You have left the aim of the thread to argue what ain't important.
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by calebify1(m): 8:14pm On Sep 07, 2020
ganiyu26:

You should be the one to read before commenting.. He was asking question
Let be guided pls

Why are you pained sir??
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by calebify1(m): 8:15pm On Sep 07, 2020
bizme:
Nice, I am a pharmacist. Nice meeting you.

Good to meet you pharm.
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by ritikdandriyal0(m): 8:39pm On Sep 07, 2020
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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Nobody: 8:48pm On Sep 07, 2020
homesteady:


Sir, if not for this COVID break, I would have been a Doctor by now and I'm telling you that even consultants hardly get that salary. The reason why some consultants might be getting that high is because they are also getting salary from the university as lecturers. Mind you, they will also have to be long time consultants.

Or do Pharmacists now earn more than Doctors?

I'm not talking about business, if you like say they make 50 million in one day, that's your business grin
thank you for speaking to him about the truth. If you don't have connection ehn forget it because you will struggle on your own. that is why when i see all these figures i laugh. The course medicine is SUFFERING AND SMILING

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by TheArchangel(f): 8:49pm On Sep 07, 2020
fayded:


Oga.. I hate liars.. Pls and Pls stop lying.i am a doctor(600lvl sha)..
I come from a family of doctors.. And I can swear to it that none has ever been paid less than 150k during ij ng their housejob...
Lemme just give u few examples..
Esut, Park Lane enugu pays 150k
Fmc, owerri pays 168k
Fmc umuahia pays 180k
Unth pays 170-180k
Absuth pays 145k
Ahmadu Bella pays 206..
Generally d north pays alot more
That's how lots of you unknowingly set up your siblings for abduction and kidnapping.

Continue quoting money
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Elui2(m): 8:52pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
all I can say is that we shouldn't use the excuse of going abroad to deceive the innocent op. she should go for nursing if she loves taking care of people and seeing people recover. she should go for pharmacy if she loves outreach and answering to people's needs on time. i rather be a pharmacist than be a nurse because I will be very sound in drugs. medicine is for the prestige and nothing more. how much do nurses earn when they work with government 120k at most and 300k. If you work for like 20years. what is the need of me studying a course if I can't use it in Nigeria. Nigeria has a lot of brain drain in pharmacy. ineptitude of hospitals in purchasing facilities. I won't advice any pharmacist to work in hospitals. The richest health professionals in the world own pharmaceutical industries and make a lot of dollars. Red Rock can't match that. As a young pharmacist you make money early live a balanced life and not always on calls. how much does an intern doctor earn 120k. at most 150k. before you can make 300k and above, it is either you are a consultant 0or work in a multinational company. This means you must have worked for at least 5 years after internship. now calculate this 7 years course plus internship and at least 5years residency making it 13 years excluding strike some time even fifteen years and what about entering a residency another problem. sorry for drifting go for nursing or for pharmacy. you don't really need residency for pharmacy but you need guidance. There other courses like optometry and dentistry and many more. I know all of these because I have friends in the health sector
Pally stop saying what you don't know,
An intern doctor(house officer) in Ubth as I am typing this to you right now earns 185k, in central hospital Benin an intern doctors earns almost 190k.
A junior resident earns(just starting residency training) earns about 250 to 300k. I am saying this to expunge your false info. Nevertheless the pay is not much as compared to fellow doctors in saner climes

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Nobody: 8:55pm On Sep 07, 2020
Elui2:

Pally stop saying what you don't know,
An intern doctor(house officer) in Ubth as I am typing this to you right now earns 185k, in central hospital Benin an intern doctors earns almost 190k.
A junior resident earns(just starting residency training) earns about 250 to 300k. I am saying this to expunge your false info. Nevertheless the pay is not much as compared to fellow doctors in saner climes
you lie na ehn
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Elui2(m): 8:59pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
you lie na ehn
Well you can choose to believe or not, am practicing in Ubth
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by lereinter(m): 9:05pm On Sep 07, 2020
rxmusa:

Your toxic and bitter nature has clouded your sense of decorum and reasoning.
I don't need the validation of a nonentity as far as I'm making impact where necessary


You should cure yourself of inhumane syndrome, it's unfortunate you prescribe to innocent folks, whereas you are a wolf in sheep clothing.

You think you are making impact, review your claim and realise how stone hearted it weighs

You shall not escape judgement
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by homesteady(m): 9:56pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
thank you for speaking to him about the truth. If you don't have connection ehn forget it because you will struggle on your own. that is why when i see all these figures i laugh. The course medicine is SUFFERING AND SMILING

Ermm... sorry, it seems you are quoting me out of context. I was just saying the guy was exaggerating the fees he said pharmacists were getting.

Besides Doctors are among the best paid in Nigeria. Yes the pay can be better, but if you say they are suffering, what will you say about other occupations?
Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by Amotolongbo(f): 10:03pm On Sep 07, 2020
AlphaT1:

Why are you so dull? Google is your friend if you don't have a dictionary to check simple grammar. "Did you go to school?" was the question. Correct it to what you think is right, let's see. You are naturally unintelligent, and perhaps fullish. I completed my master's in the U.S. 8 years ago with a distinction, Ode...Stay here and be displaying your low IQ....
You could have attended school, but I’m so sorry the education doesn’t reflect in you. I understand that is inherent and genetic.

So obvious that dwelling on the negative side of the intelligence scale is your watchword and there is nothing anyone can do about that.

It is better you go back to the forest where your progenitors belong

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Re: Pharmacy Vs Nursing: Which Is More Lucrative? by fayded(m): 10:15pm On Sep 07, 2020
Chapman801:
connection sure for you die. I remember when my brother was looking for placement chaii. If you say they pay much like this how much do they pay interns

These are what they pay interns na.. Interns are house officers na.. Housejob.
So this is how much they pay them.
And as for dt connection part...we hope on only God. God alone

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