All Pharmacy

Even without being licensed, students with only a bachelor’s degree in pharmacy can find work at pharmacies (as technicians and assistants), drug companies, research organizations, food and cosmetic producers, and government bodies like the Food and Drug Administration. Salaries vary widely depending on experience and responsibilities, with most falling between $45,000 and $85,000 per year.​Getting a Pharm.D and passing the required exams greatly expand the opportunities available in the retail sector, hospitals, and organizations like the armed forces. Pharmacists make an average of $128,500 per annum.