Pharmacists make more money in entry-level jobs than any other profession, analysis finds

Pharmacists have the highest median salary for entry-level jobs, according to an analysis by The Interview Guys.

The analysis used data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to figure out which industries pay well and have a lot of job openings that don't require prior work experience.

According to the analysis, pharmacists earn a median annual salary of $123,670 immediately after completing their education. More than 60 percent of available pharmacy jobs require no prior work experience outside of education and pre-professional training.

Read the full analysis here.

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