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What is the average age of a Pharmacist?

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Anthony’s Answer

Hi Jabria!

I'm a huge data nerd, and I have found a site called Data USA that compiles labor, wage, and demographic data from many different official sources and combines it into one, easy-to-use website. For Pharmacists specifically, you can visit this page to see all sorts of employment data: https://datausa.io/profile/soc/pharmacists

For Pharmacists nationwide, the average age is about 42 years, and they earn an average salary of ~$106,000 per year.

Data USA maintains an online database where you can see not only pay information, but also learn more about what job skills/degrees/certifications would be useful, what the outlook for the industry is expected to be over the next ten years, and even dive into the employment and pay data by state or geographic location. I highly encourage you to take a look at the data yourself: https://datausa.io/profile/soc/pharmacists
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Jaymin’s Answer

There is no definite age range for Pharmacist. Generally, students who are interested in being a registered pharmacist has to have 2 years of pre-requisites followed by four years of Pharmacy school and the fellowship or training. However there are many folks who have another degree and decide to pursue Pharmacy and thus can be slightly older than other students
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