New Mexico may not necessarily be the best place to study and become a pharmacist, although there are a lot of people who simply do not have other options.

Practically, this is one of the few states that host a single pharmacy school only – the University of New Mexico. It is a public institution that handles around 35,000 students. From this point of view, it is one of the largest and most active universities in the United States of America.

The University of New Mexico is the flagship research school in New Mexico, while the school of pharmacy is ranked to be one of the best in the country. It is also the second largest university in the state, so it represents one of the top employers.

Fortunately for the pharmacy school attendants, the average salary for a pharmacist in New Mexico floats around the national average – $96,000. Just like for any other state, the salary is widely influenced by the employer, position and location. From this point of view, an allogeneic transplant pharmacy might earn up to $111,000, while a mail order pharmacist will most likely make more than $220,000. Normally, the salaries range between $69,000 and $223,000.