pharmacist oversupply

Pharmacist surplus could be a good thing—eventuallyDavid H. Kreling, PhD, a professor at the School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the principal investigator for the ADI project for the Midwest Pharmacy Workforce Consortium, thinks a surplus of pharmacists could spur positive change.
1976: Nation's supply of pharmacists is smaller than you thinkAn "outpouring of new pharmacy-school graduates." "Fears of a manpower glut." 2016 headlines? Nope. The year was 1976.
How pharmacists can find jobs, get paid, and win provider statusIf nothing changes between now and 2018, we may see a 25% oversupply of pharmacists in the marketplace. Then again, we may not. What happens between now and then is, in large measure, up to us.