Calling all my pharmacists, what are some pros of working in retail stores?

I’m an RN so my only experience with pharmacy is in the hospital or as a consumer (loyal Corner customer). I’ve worked both staff for a 1000+ bed hospital with maybe 1 pharmacist on staff overnight and worked ED with our own designated pharmacist (which was awesome). Now working travel for a medium-sized hospital whose pharmacy seems slightly less busy than that large hospital. This got me thinking... out of curiosity, would you rather work in an inpatient setting or in retail? What are some pros and cons for each?

PS I love my inpatient pharmacists and techs—huge help to me as an RN. Especially when Lexicomp doesn’t want to show me IV compatibility and I have a ton of drips to run and maybe two lines on a difficult-to-poke patient.

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