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Pharmacies in suburban areas can't hire people
by Eui Kyoung Yoon (ekyeun@dreamdrug.com)
Published : Dec 18, 2014 15:21:46
Pharmacies in suburban areas have a hard time to hire even pharmacy associates (pharmacy cashiers), sources said on December 16.

Pharmacists in those areas say that pharmacy associates quit their job, pointing that they don’t have easy access to public transportation. Most of them don’t do their jobs seriously.

A pharmacists in Euijungbu said, “I put up an ad to hire a cashier a few months ago, but I haven’t hired anyone yet. I got some phone calls from the candidates, but most of them don’t show up for an interview once they find the location is not good for commuting. “

A pharmacy owner in Buchoen said, “I can’t hire a pharmacist and a cashier, so I have to work all day long and my husband have to help some work.”

She added, “ I recently spent some money on remodeling the pharmacy, hoping that I will be able to hire someone that may like a new remodeled workplace. Previously job applicants didn’t get back to me after finding that the location and the work environment are not good.”

Other pharmacy owners said some job applicants ask them to pay for lunch and commuting expenses.
 
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