So I'm gonna do it. I've never been so motivated after recent events to go back to school. I'm contemplating the Pharmacy Technician program which is offered at Cap College - 5 1/2 months in length, and I've got all the pre-req's to get into it. Just curious if anyone out there has any advice/info on the program and the employment outcomes. Was it hard to find a job? What is starting wage for an 'entry level/noob' pharmacy technician. Any info is greatly appreciated. The other option I've been looking into with interest is occupational therapist or rehab/physio assistant. This is a 2 year program, and I'll either start off with this, or do the pharmacy tech thing, and once I get a job in that field and get some $$ saved up, go back to school for occupational therapist. They're both in the field of what I want to get into which is healthcare/medicine and they're both attainable, but just wanted to get opinions from ppl that are already in the field as to what kind of rewards and experiences they get from the career path they chose, aside from the gratitude of helping people.