One Pharmacy Entrepreneurs Journey to Paying Off $145,000

The following post was written by Eric Christianson, PharmD, BCPS, CGP. Eric is the creator of Med Ed 101, a popular educational web site that focuses on helping students and pharmacists prepare for licensure and certification exams. You can subscribe to his blog at You can also follow him on Twitter (@MedEd101) where he[…]

“What are the pros and cons of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program?”

The good news is that pharmacists make a great living with a median salary of $121,500. The bad news is that pharmacists, especially new practitioners, are often swimming in student loan debt. According to the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Graduating Student Survey for 2015, 89% of pharmacy students borrowed money to pay for[…]

For Richer or Poorer: Two Pharmacists’ Journey through the Valley of Debt

The following post was written by Kevin and Erin Fuschetto. Erin Fuschetto, PharmD is a 2004 graduate of Ohio Northern University. Erin is a staff pharmacist for Giant Eagle Pharmacy in Salem, OH. Kevin Fuschetto, PharmD, BCACP is a 2007 graduate of Ohio Northern University. Kevin is the Clinical Coordinator for Giant Eagle Pharmacy in[…]

Why Every Pharmacist Should be a Multimillionaire

What is your first reaction to the thought of becoming a multi-millionaire? Motivated? Scared? Doubtful? Excited? I recently talked with a group of 40 pharmacy residents about financial considerations when transitioning out of residency training. I asked how many were very confident in their ability to become a multi-millionaire in their lifetime. Only a few[…]