Pharmacist earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Pharmacist salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $144,670
Alabama $120,211
Arkansas $120,641
Arizona $127,800
California $144,660
Colorado $127,490
Connecticut $122,767
District of Columbia $126,110
Delaware $125,530
Florida $122,540
Georgia $122,460
Guam $118,510
Hawaii $121,780
Iowa $116,160
Idaho $123,120
Illinois $123,430
Indiana $116,951
Kansas $120,730
Kentucky $122,450
Louisiana $119,370
Massachusetts $120,250
Maryland $122,450
Maine $135,510
Michigan $122,320
Minnesota $136,540
Missouri $129,000
Mississippi $124,770
Montana $117,580
North Carolina $127,250
North Dakota $115,340
Nebraska $121,390
New Hampshire $129,410
New Jersey $119,330
New Mexico $127,610
Nevada $128,290
New York $124,220
Ohio $121,770
Oklahoma $119,120
Oregon $137,620
Pennsylvania $111,019
Puerto Rico $92,450
Rhode Island $122,170
South Carolina $126,670
South Dakota $118,140
Tennessee $125,400
Texas $128,260
Utah $122,730
Virginia $128,260
Virgin Islands $119,680
Vermont $139,970
Washington $130,250
Wisconsin $131,450
West Virginia $122,980
Wyoming $122,250

How do pharmacist salaries compare to similar careers?

Pharmacists earn 8% more than similar careers in Rhode Island. On average, they make less than health services managers but more than anesthesiologist assistants.

Career Median Salary
Health services manager salary $112K
Pharmacist salary $122K
Nurse practitioner salary $113K
Optometrist salary $97K
Physician assistant salary $93K
Anesthesiologist assistant salary $93K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)