Pharmacy jobs in the U.S. are booming.
According to a new report from consulting firm Avalere Health, the number of pharmacy jobs has grown to more than 9.7 million since 2015.
In fact, the jobs market in the United States has become so strong, that Avalere estimates that at least 1.5 million people are currently working in the pharmacy industry.
It’s a good time to be a pharmacist.
You’ll get paid fairly and health-wise.
You can work as a pharmacy technician, or a registered pharmacist, a skilled pharmacist or a professional pharmacy assistant.
You get paid on the average hourly rate of $15.73.
If you’re a registered pharmacacist, you’ll earn a base salary of $16.07 per hour, or $27,836 a year.
A registered pharmaceutician works as a pharmacoenterologist, a specialist in the treatment of drug-resistant infections and other conditions, and a pharmacy assistant, which includes some pharmacy sales and administration jobs.
Pharmacy associates are typically paid on an hourly rate, but can also earn commission or commissions based on their customer service, according to Avalere.
You’re not alone in making the switch to pharmacy work.
You could find a job as a nurse, a nurse practitioner or a pharmacy tech at one time or another, but if you’re interested in becoming a pharmacy salesperson, you should take a look at the careers page of the U