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Wisconsin Healthcare Careers


Pharmacists dispense prescription medications and provide information to patients about the drugs and their use.

The median annual pay is $132,530 per year in Wisconsin, and it is expected that the need for this position will increase by 3% (as fast as average) in the next 10 years.

A doctoral or professional degree is required to become a pharmacist.

Most pharmacists work full time. In hospitals and other facilities that are open 24 hours, pharmacists may work nights, weekends and holidays.

You may be a good fit for this opportunity if you excel in analytical skills, communication skills, compassion, attention to detail, interpersonal skills and managerial skills.

Wisconsin Healthcare Careers: Job Profile

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