WE HAVE AN IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR A PHARMACIST IN ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON!
The City of Aberdeen is a historic community located in Grays Harbor County near the Pacific Coast of Washington. The region, rich in fish, wildlife and timber, supported a number of Native American communities as well as serving to make it attractive area for pioneers to settle in the mid-nineteenth century. Captain Robert Gray first discovered the harbor in May of 1792. Ultimately the city was founded in 1884 by local resident Samuel Benn, a pioneer visionary who saw regions tremendous potential.
Aberdeen continues to function as the financial hub of the Grays Harbor region. The downtown retail core serves much of the surrounding area. New industries have developed. Tourism now plays an important role in the economy. Aberdeen, along with its twin city Hoquiam, serves as gateway to the Olympic National Park. Aberdeen is also the home to the Grays Harbor Historical Seaport, a non-profit organization that operates the Lady Washington, a full-scale reproduction of the tall ship that was the first American vessel to visit the West Coast in 1788. Another tourist draw, one that puzzles some older Aberdeen residents, is the town’s fame as the residence of Kurt Cobain (1967-1994) and Krist Novoselic (b. 1965), founders of the grunge band Nirvana.