How much does a Pharmacist make in the United States?

Average Pharmacist Salary

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This is 22% higher than the allied health US average of $2,274.

Estimate based on 62 active jobs in the last 90 days.

Where do Pharmacists get paid the most?

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What cities pay the most for Pharmacist?

CityAverage Weekly SalaryMax Weekly Salary
Montrose, Colorado$5,776$5,776
Coos Bay, Oregon$5,472$5,776
Hackensack, New Jersey$4,340$4,340
Bellingham, Washington$4,000$4,000
Glenwood Springs, Colorado$3,840$4,560
Nashville, Tennessee$3,800$3,800
Springfield, Oregon$3,618$3,618
Nome, Alaska$3,496$3,496
Fresno, California$3,440$3,440
Albany, Georgia$3,344$3,344

Top Pharmacist Jobs

View job details for Travel PharmacistVoca Health
Travel Pharmacist
St. Vincent Healthcare
Billings, Montana
Voca Health
a day ago
Dec 2013 wks5x8 hrsDays
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Travel Pharmacist
Margaretville, New York
HumanEdge Travel Nursing and Allied Health
7 days ago
Dec 726 wks5x8 hrs
Travel contract
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What are the highest paying Agencies for Pharmacist jobs?

Average Weekly SalaryMax Weekly Salary
Sharp Nursing Medical Staffing$4,000$4,000
Access Healthcare$3,595$5,776
Voca Health$3,285$3,285
HumanEdge Travel Nursing and Allied Health$3,168$3,168
Junxion Med Staffing$3,078$3,078
Medical Solutions$2,743$3,222
Ascend National Healthcare Staffing$2,627$2,656
KPG Allied$2,596$3,172
Aureus Medical Group - Therapy$2,591$2,772