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    The Top 10 States to Be a Pharmacist

    The definitive ranking of the best places to practice pharmacy in America.


    New Hampshire

    5. New Hampshire

    • Mean wage: 3
    • Number of pharmacists: 44
    • Location quotient: 47
    • Cost of living: 40
    • Crime statistics: 10
    • Pharmacy robbery rates: 11
    • Overall well-being: 7
    • Health insurance coverage: 18
    • Pharmacy job openings: 29
    • Financial savviness: 2
    • Stress: 6
    • Education level: 6

    Total: 223

    Vermont’s eastern neighbor, New Hampshire, comes in at the number five spot. The Granite State earns the highest spot on our list for average annual salary ($128,790). New Hampshire residents’ financial savviness helps make the most of that money. Their low amounts of stress and education levels are also good attractors. The overall crime level was fairly low, as was pharmacy robberies (like Vermont, there were only two reported in New Hampshire in 2016).

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