That's what I thought also.
That's very true!
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Yes, psychiatrists definitely seem less stressed out, just from casual observation.
If both are equal, I'd just take the less stress job
This is the United States.
Regular pharmacists. And yes they do make a lot of money, but there seems to be a job shortage in that field.
Right, that would be a scary situation!
@Flower7 Yeah It would be
Very true. Some people would do anything to stay out of therapy.
There's definitely no shortage of mentally ill people!
That's what I thought. But I'm sad right now because I went through pharmacy school but can't find a job. My major used to be psychology, but I changed it, thinking that field wasn't reliable enough. So now I'm starting to regret that decision.
It’s not a great time for seeking employment right now is it... but persevere. I do see pharmacist jobs popping up a lot where I live, since chemists are now taking on more jobs you’d usually see a nurse for...
A psychiatrist is a mental health specialist who prescribes medicine for people who are having mental problems. A pharmacist dispenses drugs from a pharmacy.
Psych major at 19?
So are you pursuing psychology or psychiatry?
Do you mean pharmacists?
Yes sorry , it will be an important job.
A psychiatrist does have an MD in psychology.