In September, the unemployment rate dipped below 6% for the first time since 2008, yet the unemployment rate for young adults 20 to 24 years increased to 12.6%. Millennials have experienced well-publicized difficulty finding jobs, often forced to accept underemployment. New pharmacists aren’t fairing any better with graduates facing historically unparalleled uncertainty.
Current students fear a future of limited employment opportunities further aggravated by a steadily increasing supply of graduates. However, not everyone is expecting the worst. Click here to read why we think things are going to improve.