1. Pharmacy manager
The average salary for a pharmacy manager is as high as $146,412. A pharmacy manager must have the qualification of PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy), which requires you to carry out only 2 years of undergraduate studies (specialized), followed by 4 years of a professional program in pharmacy. It is mandatory for them to have work experience, too. A pharmacy manager can also be referred to as a lead pharmacist. Their primary responsibility is to ensure that buyers get the right medicines and also they need to supervise other pharmacists. It is also their duty to ensure their store follows all legal regulations.
A physician’s average salary falls under around $195,842. A physician is required to complete his/her bachelor’s and M.D. from a medical school and then go on to complete their residency for an internship through several programs. Their main duty is to collect their patient’s medical history and work on diagnosing their health. They proceed to treat the problems or recommend the patients to appropriate specialists.