Pharmacist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pharmacist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
California $155,930
Alaska $153,920
Oregon $131,570
Washington $131,080
Minnesota $130,610
New Hampshire $130,610
Wisconsin $130,280
Delaware $129,580
Colorado $129,090
New York $128,920
Wyoming $128,790
District of Columbia $128,780
Hawaii $128,690
Maine $128,690
Utah $128,690
Vermont $128,690
Maryland $128,650
North Dakota $128,600
Nevada $128,600
Illinois $128,580
New Mexico $128,500
Texas $128,440
Missouri $128,410
North Carolina $128,360
Virginia $128,340
Arizona $128,190
Ohio $128,190
Massachusetts $128,160
New Jersey $128,030
Georgia $128,020
Idaho $127,940
Kansas $127,940
South Dakota $127,930
Montana $127,870
Indiana $127,820
Michigan $127,770
Connecticut $127,690
Iowa $127,690
Pennsylvania $127,690
Alabama $127,270
Arkansas $127,240
Florida $127,240
Kentucky $127,240
Louisiana $127,240
Tennessee $127,240
West Virginia $127,080
Mississippi $127,050
South Carolina $126,950
Oklahoma $126,420
Nebraska $125,840
Rhode Island $122,020
Guam $121,020
Virgin Islands, U.S. $120,910
Puerto Rico $100,730

How do pharmacist salaries compare to similar careers?

Pharmacists earn 12% more than similar careers in Florida. On average, they make more than anesthesiologist assistants.

Career Median Salary
Pharmacist salary $127K
Health services manager salary $98K
Optometrist salary $100K
Nurse practitioner salary $101K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $102K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)