I'm currently taking prerequisite classes at a community college (second semester) to enroll in a college which will grant me a PharmD but I'm not sure if I really want to become a pharmacist. The idea to be a pharmacist was actually my mothers and I had no better plans being a senior graduating from high school so I simply accepted it. Of course I'm interested in the sciences and I'd like to think I'm halfway decent at mathematics but I'd really like to know more about the job. What are the most challenging classes and how many years of college will it take to attain your degree? What sort of jobs could a pharmacist pursue? Are there opportunities to advance in your career? What is the starting salary and is there a sign in bonus? What are the some of the daily tasks that pharmacists are given? I'd love to know more about the job before I actually pursue it so any information would be great.