Pharmacy is a health profession that links the health sciences with chemical sciences and ensures safe and effective use of pharmaceuticals drugs. Pharmacy Technicians support the work of pharmacists and other health professionals by performing different pharmacy related duties such as dispensing prescription drugs and other medical devices to patients and provide information on their use. Pharmacy Technicians work in different locations such as community, retail and hospital pharmacies as well as with pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors or in government or teaching hospital facilities. Pharmacy Technicians who work in retail pharmacies, hospitals and nursing facilities perform their duties by filling prescriptions alongside pharmacists, ensuring accurate pill count and labeling, ensure that the patient receives the correct medication, under the pharmacist’s supervision. They also handle retail duties like answering phones, using cash registers and stocking shelves. Pharmacy technicians typically work behind a pharmacy counter at a drugstore, grocery store, hospital, nursing home or other medical facility. In recent years all over the world the importance of pharmacy technicians has been amplified mainly due to the shortage of Pharmacists which results in the increase of their numbers and responsibilities and demand for pharmacy technicians is expected to remain high for the next decade, making this career path potentially rewarding for those who wish to work in a pharmacy setting.