Top Stories from Drug Topics: 2016 December 08, 2016 By Mark Lowery Editor With the uncertainty surrounding the 2016 presidential campaign, and continual concern about the U.S. economy, many of our most-popular stories this year debated the job market for pharmacists. Pharmacy Salary Survey 2016 Stress remains a pressing issue, but most community pharmacists are satisfied with compensation and working conditions. 25 Cities With The Highest Pharmacist Salaries February 05, 2016 By Mark Lowery Editor The average salary for pharmacists in the United States can vary greatly by location. You can’t put a price on job satisfaction Drug Topics' annual salary survey asks about salary levels and job satisfaction. Can higher pay make up for lost family time, lost peace of mind, and lost self-respect? Salaries see modest growth January 10, 2016 By Jill Sederstrom Drug Topics' 2015 Salary Survey finds that according to most respondents, pharmacy is still a rewarding profession. Pharmacists respond: Is job satisfaction too much to ask? December 09, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor In his recent, two-part series, Dennis Miller opined that large, enviable paychecks are still plentiful, but job satisfaction remains elusive for many pharmacists working for retail chains. 2015’s Top Cities for pharmacists December 08, 2015 By Mark Lowery Editor An online consumer advocate group has named Huntington, West Virginia the best U.S. city for pharmacists in 2015. Schools, advocacy groups edging pharmacists toward life support February 25, 2015 By Bruce Kiacz BS Pharm If the Dean [Ronald P. Jordan] of the Chapman University School of Pharmacy sees no issue with the nationwide explosion of schools of pharmacy, then I suggest that the university personally invest in its graduates by providing pharmacy students with low interest, dischargeable, education loans.