The number of pharmacy technicians employed in the country has been growing steadily in recent years, with employment at pharmacy technician companies growing from 12.2 million in 2013 to 14.9 million in 2016, according to data from the National Bureau of Economic Research.
The average pay for a pharmacy technician is $48,000 per year, but the median pay for workers is $33,000.
The number is a bit higher for pharmacists in general, but it is also a bit lower for pharmacist-related jobs than for most other jobs.
The top three positions are pharmacists, in that order: pharmacy technician, pharmacist assistant and pharmacist technician.
Here’s what you need to know about pharmacists and their pay.
What is a pharmacy?
Pharmacy technician jobs are generally related to the ability to work in an emergency room, and they are often filled with people who have other occupations.
These are often nurses or other health care workers, but sometimes pharmacy technicians are also medical personnel or doctors.
They also have to be able to read and write.
Pharmacy technicians are responsible for making sure that the medication that is being administered to patients is properly administered.
If a patient is experiencing a seizure or another medical condition, for example, a patient might need a nurse or physician to administer medication to him or her.
They are also responsible for checking that medications are in the correct order to ensure that they are properly distributed and administered.
Some pharmacies can only accept cash and are known as cash-only pharmacies.
Other pharmacies accept credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, checks, or cash from customers.
The pharmacy that accepts the most cash usually has the best service and the highest productivity, as evidenced by the higher rate of return on capital for those who are successful in their job.
How much is a pharmacist paid?
Pharmacists earn about $40,000 a year, or about $60,000 annually, based on the average annual salary of a pharmacy assistant.
The median salary for pharmacisters is $50,000, according the NBER.
The median annual salary for pharmacy technicians is $41,000 based on a survey of pharmacy assistants conducted in 2016.
The unemployment rate for pharmacys is about 4.3 percent, according data from Glassdoor, and the national median annual income is about $44,000 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Pharmacists also tend to earn a lot of extra money because they are paid overtime for the hours they work, as they are required to report to a supervisor, which also includes other work-related duties.