it doesn't make much sense to work in such a job without knowing German. You might work without contact to clients, for example in the local production of pharmaceuticals but I don't think that makes much sense and I would not expect many Pharmacies to offer you employment.
@ferahnurk It's probably the same in all non-english speaking countries, so in Europe you can choose between UK and Ireland (and the British territories like Jersey, Manx, Gibraltar). The general rule is: if you work with regular people, you need to know their native language.
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