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Illinois Pharmacy Technician Schools.

Pharmacy technician schools in Illinois offer one and two-year programs that confer certificates and associate’s degrees upon completion. 75% of pharmacy technicians work in retail pharmacies located in retail stores. Techs perform important work by preparing prescriptions ordered by physicians. They weigh, mix, cut and divide pills and liquids that end up going to the customer. Students who graduate from pharmacy tech programs should have promising job prospects as the number of job openings is expected to be more than the number of applicants. A 25% growth rate is projected through 2018 by the United Sates Department of Labor.

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