Top 10 Best and Worst States to Be a Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy technicians are in demand! The ever-increasing amount of people on medications, and the growing number of new pharmaceuticals themselves, make a career as a pharmacy tech highly desirable. Pharmacy techs work under pharmacists preparing medications by mixing, counting, and labeling dosages. Some pharmacy techs receive on-the-job training while others complete two-year associate’s programs. A job as a pharmacy tech can lead to many new career paths with advanced training and education.
Top 10 Lowest Paying States for Pharmacy Technicians
|1. West Virginia||$10.51|
|10. North Carolina||$11.51|
Wages represent median salary as calculated by CareerVoyages.gov