Pharmacists have numerous job opportunities in the government sector and works in hospitals, research institutions, regulatory bodies, drug manufacturing units, and as consultants in health programs.
Pharmacists can work in government hospitals and clinics.
They can be hired by state or federal health departments.
Government research institutions also require pharmacists.
Pharmacists can work as drug inspectors and in regulatory bodies.
They can work in the armed forces as military pharmacists.
Pharmacists are required in government-run drug manufacturing units.
They can work as pharmacovigilance officers in government agencies.
Pharmacists can be appointed in the government's drug control administration.
They can work as consultants in government-funded health programs.
Pharmacists can also work in public health policy-making and implementation.