Pharmacist State Salary

The United States has a wide range of average salaries for Pharmacists.  Each state is unique.  The range is as low as $48.74 in Nebraska to a high of $63.96 in Alaska. A number of factors contribute to the average hourly pay of a Pharmacist.

Some typical factors include: 

Supply and demand 
Union representation (States that have higher union activity earn an average of 20% more in pay and benefits for all employees)

Cost of living 
Healthcare reimbursement rates 

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STATE TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Alabama 5,200 57.22 119,020
Alaska 470 63.96 133,030
Arizona 5,630 58.18 121,020
Arkansas 3,070 52.63 109,470
California 26,810 62.29 129,560
Colorado 4,350 55.45 115,330
Connecticut 3,020 57.23 119,040
Delaware 790 56.73 118,000
District of Columbia 980 53.96 112,230
Florida 18,490 54.12 112,560
Georgia 8,980 55.29 115,000
Hawaii 1,220 55.83 116,130
Idaho 1,330 53.10 110,440
Illinois 11,420 55.98 116,430
Indiana 6,870 54.26 112,860
Iowa 3,730 49.21 102,350
Kansas 3,260 56.06 116,590
Kentucky 4,300 58.22 121,100
Louisiana 4,340 53.31 110,880
Maine 1,270 61.31 127,520
Maryland 5,260 55.02 114,450
Massachusetts 6,810 54.59 113,550
Michigan 9,500 51.94 108,030
Minnesota 5,000 58.65 122,000
Mississippi 2,600 56.64 117,810
Missouri 5,680 58.66 122,010


State TOTAL EMPLOYED HOURLY ANNUAL
Montana 1,210 50.52 105,080
Nebraska 2,340 48.74 101,380
Nevada 2,100 56.09 116,660
New Hampshire 1,140 58.65 122,000
New Jersey 8,990 54.67 113,710
New Mexico 1,550 57.05 118,670
New York 19,060 56.81 118,170
North Carolina 8,730 57.97 120,570
North Dakota 830 53.41 111,090
Ohio 11,380 54.13 112,580
Oklahoma 3,830 51.78 107,710
Oregon 3,420 57.27 119,120
Pennsylvania 12,360 51.64 107,420
Rhode Island 1,150 51.16 106,420
South Carolina 4,960 55.91 116,300
South Dakota 1,050 52.45 109,090
Tennessee 8,230 56.12 116,720
Texas 20,670 56.15 116,790
Utah 2,340 54.30 112,940
Vermont 530 59.04 122,800
Virginia 7,410 56.38 117,280
Washington 5,650 56.37 117,240
West Virginia 2,210 55.99 116,450
Wisconsin 5,400 58.72 122,130
Wyoming 510 54.38 113,120