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    The Top 10 Worst States to Be a Pharmacist

    Looking for a new location? You should probably avoid these states.


    9. Arkansas

    • Mean wage: 33
    • Number of pharmacists: 29
    • Location quotient: 4
    • Cost-of-living: 4
    • Crime statistics: 50
    • Pharmacy robbery rates: 19
    • Overall well-being: 49
    • Health insurance coverage: 29
    • Pharmacy job openings: 5
    • Financial savviness: 50
    • Stress: 41
    • Education level: 47

    Total: 357

    Arkansas scored dead last on our list for financial savviness and overall crime statistics (in terms of pharmacy robberies, however, they ranked number 16 on the list). Residents of the Natural State are also next to last for overall well-being and in terms of education level, they came in at number 47.

    But, the numbers for Arkansas are not all bleak. They are also number five in terms of pharmacy job openings, which is a positive if you is looking for a job.

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