NAPSA student survey: oversupply, wages concerns

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Graduate oversupply, discount model pharmacies and low wages are the top concerns for current undergraduate pharmacy students, a NAPSA student survey has found. NAPSA surveyed 833 pharmacy students from 19 universities around Australia. “The 2014 NPSS asserted for the fourth year running that the top concern of pharmacy students was graduate oversupply and a growing

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