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Pharmacists range of income varies from 60,000 to 105,000 a year. The income of pharmacists depend on the location of their jobs, what state they work at and number of hours they work. For example in Washington state, pharmacists can make upto 85,000 dollars a year. In California, they can make upto 100,000 dollars a year.

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