Pharmacists collaborate with programs and services that are designed to promote well-being and health. A pharmacist can build a career path by working in a hospital or a drugstore or start their own pharmacy.
Pharmacists are provincially regulated. The requirement is a degree in pharmacy, pass the exam conducted by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) and register in your province or territory to become a certified pharmacist in Canada.
This has been one of the highest-paying most in demand jobs in Canada over the past years. Pharmacists in Canada earn an average pay of $45 per hour, and if a pharmacist works for an average of 12 hours per day for a year, they could earn an average of $129,600 annually.
- Average Salary: $89,314
- NOC Code: 3131