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A pharmacy technician performs many pharmacy-related functions under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacist. Pharmacy technicians generally assist the pharmacist in dispensing medication and other health care products to patients. Their work is typically a combination of routine tasks in the preparation of prescribed medication (e.g., counting tablets, labeling bottles, etc.) and administrative duties such as stocking shelves, answering phones, keeping records, and handling payment by customers.

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Pharmacy Technician Schools

The material covered in a formal pharmacy technician education program encompasses pharmaceutical techniques, medical and pharmaceutical terminology, pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacy record keeping, and pharmacy law and ethics. Most programs are comprised of a combination of classroom and laboratory work along with a period of internship, in which students gain valuable hands-on experience working in an actual pharmaceutical setting. Here are some schools who offer these types of programs:

  • Penn Foster Career School - This school offers an online, self-paced pharmacy technician training program. Graduates of this program receive a pharmacy technician career diploma and are automatically eligible to take the PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board) exam.
  • Ashworth College - This college offers online diploma programs specifically for prospective pharmacy technicians. The program prepares students for the PTCB exam, and also offers hands-on training.
  • Everest College - This college offers pharmacy technician career training programs at its campuses located across the country. These diploma programs can typically be completed in less than a year.
  • San Francisco State University - This state university offers a pharmacy technician certification program at its San Francisco, California campus or online, and prepares students to take the PCTB exam.
  • Rasmussen College - This college offers an online, career-focused program that can lead to either the PCTB exam. Students wishing to continue their education will be prepared to enroll in an associate degree in health sciences.

Pharmacy Technician Education Requirements

While there are many paths to take for employment as a pharmacy technician, many employers prefer to hire candidates with formal education, certification or previous pharmacy experience. According to information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), education programs are available through a variety of organizations, including:

  • Community colleges
  • Vocational schools
  • Hospitals
  • The military

These kinds of training programs help job candidates reach pharmacy technician requirements by focusing on coursework involving both classroom and laboratory training, covering a variety of subjects, such as:

  • Medical terminology
  • Pharmaceutical calculations and techniques
  • Pharmacy record keeping
  • Pharmacy law and ethics

You can complete many pharmacy technician training programs in as little as six months or as long as two years, depending on the coursework and involvement of the program. Prerequisites for many pharmacy technician training programs require a high school diploma or equivalent. The College Board suggests that students who wish to pursue pharmacy technician training study mathematics, communications and language, and sciences to prepare for later coursework.

Pharmacy Technician Training

Most states require that pharmacy technicians be registered with an official board of pharmacy. Often, the minimum pharmacy technician requirements for licensure and certification are a high school diploma, payment of a small fee and a clear background check. Certification is offered through professional organizations such as:

  • The Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB)
  • The Institute for the Certification of Pharmacy Technicians (ICPT)

Pharmacy technicians who pass exams offered by these groups have demonstrated that they have the proper skill set to help dispense life-saving medications and provide customers with essential medical information.

Certification from these professional groups often comes with continuing education requirements. Certified pharmacy technician requirements include re-certification every two years. To be eligible for recertification, pharmacy technicians must complete 20 hours of continuing education. Up to ten hours of continuing education training can be earned by working directly with a licensed pharmacist, while other continuing education pharmacy technician requirements include college courses, pharmacy associations and other formal pharmacy technician programs.

Pharmacy Technician Resources

Sources:

  1. Ashworth College, https://www.ashworthcollege.edu/career-diplomas/pharmacy-technician/
  2. Everest College, http://www.everest.edu/programs/category/pharmacy-technician
  3. Penn Foster Online, http://www.pennfoster.edu/programs-and-degrees/medical-and-health-careers/pharmacy-technician-career-diploma
  4. Pharmacy Technicians, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/pharmacy-technicians.htm
  5. Rasmussen College, http://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/health-sciences/pharmacy-technician/
  6. San Francisco State University, https://cel.sfsu.edu/pharmacy

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Pharmacy Technicians

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Pharmacy Technicians jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 1940 $26,020
Birmingham 1940 $26,020
Huntsville 780 $27,240
Mobile 670 $27,000
Montgomery 520 $29,250
Tuscaloosa 350 $24,320
Fairhope 350 $29,470
Foley 350 $29,470
Daphne 350 $29,470
Florence 280 $25,770
Muscle Shoals 280 $25,770
Dothan 280 $27,900
Decatur 220 $25,520
Auburn 220 $26,210
Opelika 220 $26,210
Oxford 180 $26,020
Jacksonville 180 $26,020
Anniston 180 $26,020
Gadsden 150 $26,090
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 430 $39,780
Fairbanks 120 $40,940
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 6760 $32,000
Mesa 6760 $32,000
Phoenix 6760 $32,000
Tucson 1210 $33,010
Yuma 200 $29,850
Kingman 190 $28,830
Lake Havasu City 190 $28,830
Prescott 160 $30,950
Flagstaff 140 $33,330
Douglas 100 $28,430
Sierra Vista 100 $28,430
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1150 $29,330
North Little Rock 1150 $29,330
Little Rock 1150 $29,330
Hot Springs 180 $33,410
Jonesboro 160 $26,240
Pine Bluff 100 $25,010
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 11980 $37,060
Los Angeles 11980 $37,060
Long Beach 11980 $37,060
Oakland 3900 $46,800
Hayward 3900 $46,800
San Francisco 3900 $46,800
San Bernardino 2940 $37,260
Ontario 2940 $37,260
Riverside 2940 $37,260
San Diego 2750 $35,790
Carlsbad 2750 $35,790
Arden 2130 $40,690
Arcade 2130 $40,690
Roseville 2130 $40,690
Sacramento 2130 $40,690
Sunnyvale 1820 $42,240
Santa Clara 1820 $42,240
San Jose 1820 $42,240
Fresno 820 $35,010
Bakersfield 690 $36,820
Lodi 660 $38,630
Stockton 660 $38,630
Ventura 590 $35,260
Thousand Oaks 590 $35,260
Oxnard 590 $35,260
Modesto 520 $36,960
Santa Maria 430 $41,450
Santa Barbara 430 $41,450
Santa Rosa 430 $42,600
Visalia 370 $34,820
Porterville 370 $34,820
Salinas 320 $41,410
Vallejo 310 $42,880
Fairfield 310 $42,880
Arroyo Grande 260 $40,300
San Luis Obispo 260 $40,300
Paso Robles 260 $40,300
Santa Cruz 260 $42,460
Watsonville 260 $42,460
Chico 230 $36,530
Merced 200 $32,590
Redding 180 $38,500
Yuba City 150 $40,450
Madera 140 $34,980
Hanford 110 $37,810
Corcoran 110 $37,810
El Centro 100 $36,520
Napa 80 $47,520
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 2930 $34,410
Lakewood 2930 $34,410
Denver 2930 $34,410
Colorado Springs 620 $33,350
Boulder 290 $32,970
Fort Collins 260 $32,280
Pueblo 210 $30,300
Grand Junction 140 $30,280
Greeley 110 $29,910
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 1230 $28,980
East Hartford 1230 $28,980
West Hartford 1230 $28,980
Bridgeport 720 $29,800
Norwalk 720 $29,800
Stamford 720 $29,800
New Haven 590 $37,480
Danbury 200 $30,990
Waterbury 170 $31,180
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover N/A $24,200
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 7570 $31,150
Fort Lauderdale 7570 $31,150
Miami 7570 $31,150
Tampa 4910 $29,230
St. Petersburg 4910 $29,230
Clearwater 4910 $29,230
Kissimmee 3220 $27,150
Orlando 3220 $27,150
Sanford 3220 $27,150
Jacksonville 2120 $27,760
Fort Myers 830 $29,190
Cape Coral 830 $29,190
North Port 730 $32,850
Sarasota 730 $32,850
Bradenton 730 $32,850
Deltona 700 $26,190
Daytona Beach 700 $26,190
Ormond Beach 700 $26,190
Winter Haven 690 $27,440
Lakeland 690 $27,440
Melbourne 670 $30,960
Palm Bay 670 $30,960
Titusville 670 $30,960
Brent 620 $28,610
Pensacola 620 $28,610
Ferry Pass 620 $28,610
Gainesville 490 $27,340
Port St. Lucie 460 $28,080
Tallahassee 430 $28,260
Naples 390 $29,260
Marco Island 390 $29,260
Immokalee 390 $29,260
Ocala 370 $26,950
Crestview 250 $30,460
Fort Walton Beach 250 $30,460
Destin 250 $30,460
Panama City 240 $28,070
Sebastian 160 $28,580
Vero Beach 160 $28,580
Punta Gorda 140 $27,890
The Villages 130 $28,030
Homosassa Springs 100 $29,030
Sebring 100 $29,590
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 6080 $27,000
Atlanta 6080 $27,000
Sandy Springs 6080 $27,000
Savannah 460 $28,130
Clarke County 310 $26,740
Athens 310 $26,740
Macon 290 $23,360
Warner Robins 250 $23,970
Valdosta 220 $28,840
Gainesville 200 $29,670
Albany 150 $27,340
Dalton 130 $27,600
Rome 110 $24,470
Brunswick 110 $29,840
Hinesville N/A $35,600
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1340 $35,740
Lahaina 180 $34,880
Wailuku 180 $34,880
Kahului 180 $34,880
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 710 $32,780
Coeur d'Alene 180 $35,640
Idaho Falls 150 $27,730
Pocatello 130 $30,790
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 680 $28,290
Rockford 530 $27,630
Springfield 500 $26,380
Urbana 370 $27,950
Champaign 370 $27,950
Bloomington 260 $27,240
Decatur 190 $28,750
Marion 180 $30,230
Carbondale 180 $30,230
Kankakee 160 $26,790
Danville 130 $24,520
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 3050 $30,140
Indianapolis 3050 $30,140
Carmel 3050 $30,140
Fort Wayne 650 $27,910
Muncie 280 $26,250
Terre Haute 260 $27,280
West Lafayette 230 $27,970
Lafayette 230 $27,970
Goshen 220 $27,120
Elkhart 220 $27,120
Bloomington 220 $27,870
La Porte 140 $28,600
Michigan City 140 $28,600
Kokomo 130 $27,770
Columbus 100 $27,700
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 810 $29,510
Des Moines 810 $29,510
Cedar Rapids 390 $29,520
Iowa City 330 $35,310
Cedar Falls 280 $28,570
Waterloo 280 $28,570
Dubuque 160 $27,640
Ames 130 $28,580
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 890 $26,440
Topeka 280 $29,110
Lawrence 190 $29,000
Manhattan 140 $26,580
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 880 $28,930
Fayette 880 $28,930
Bowling Green 290 $25,660
Fort Knox 190 $30,580
Elizabethtown 190 $30,580
Owensboro 160 $24,750
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 1600 $29,600
New Orleans 1600 $29,600
Baton Rouge 880 $29,760
Bossier City 630 $30,220
Shreveport 630 $30,220
Lafayette 620 $29,230
Monroe 280 $28,760
Alexandria 270 $27,980
Lake Charles 210 $27,750
Houma 210 $29,560
Thibodaux 210 $29,560
Hammond 210 $30,510
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 640 $30,620
Portland 640 $30,620
Bangor 180 $28,370
Auburn 100 $25,680
Lewiston 100 $25,680
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 3380 $30,550
Towson 3380 $30,550
Columbia 3380 $30,550
Lexington Park 130 $26,400
California 130 $26,400
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 240 $28,670
New Bedford 190 $26,240
Leominster 180 $27,960
Gardner 180 $27,960
Pittsfield 80 $31,550
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 4920 $30,490
Detroit 4920 $30,490
Dearborn 4920 $30,490
Wyoming 1000 $30,820
Grand Rapids 1000 $30,820
Flint 750 $24,660
Ann Arbor 440 $30,970
Portage 350 $29,910
Kalamazoo 350 $29,910
East Lansing 290 $30,120
Lansing 290 $30,120
Saginaw 230 $29,490
Muskegon 180 $32,190
Benton Harbor 140 $29,130
Niles 140 $29,130
Midland 130 $24,110
Battle Creek 130 $26,840
Jackson 130 $32,770
Bay City 110 $27,220
Monroe 110 $31,590
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 610 $34,720
St. Cloud 270 $32,390
North Mankato 120 $33,760
Mankato 120 $33,760
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 700 $27,690
Gulfport 470 $31,070
Pascagoula 470 $31,070
Biloxi 470 $31,070
Hattiesburg 250 $27,930
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 920 $23,700
Joplin 260 $27,280
Columbia 250 $29,190
Jefferson City N/A $25,790
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 240 $33,320
Missoula 150 $32,840
Great Falls 100 $32,190
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 400 $25,450
Grand Island 120 $28,700
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 2400 $32,990
Henderson 2400 $32,990
Las Vegas 2400 $32,990
Reno 510 $33,490
Carson City 60 $35,020
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 240 $30,300
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 430 $25,220
Atlantic City 260 $29,820
Hammonton 260 $29,820
Vineland 140 $24,630
Bridgeton 140 $24,630
Ocean City N/A $32,480
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 1580 $30,950
Las Cruces 150 $29,150
Santa Fe 150 $33,430
Farmington 120 $30,520
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Buffalo 1520 $27,890
Cheektowaga 1520 $27,890
Niagara Falls 1520 $27,890
Albany 1080 $30,880
Schenectady 1080 $30,880
Troy 1080 $30,880
Rochester 1020 $26,920
Syracuse 610 $26,790
Utica 290 $27,050
Rome 290 $27,050
Binghamton 220 $26,640
Watertown 110 $32,590
Fort Drum 110 $32,590
Kingston 100 $32,460
Elmira 90 $26,550
Glens Falls 90 $29,080
Ithaca 50 $31,430
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1500 $26,970
Chapel Hill 980 $31,950
Durham 980 $31,950
Salem 910 $30,600
Winston 910 $30,600
Greensboro 860 $27,430
High Point 860 $27,430
Asheville 640 $30,980
Lenoir 500 $26,960
Hickory 500 $26,960
Morganton 500 $26,960
Fayetteville 380 $30,650
Wilmington 370 $25,630
Greenville 290 $31,440
Burlington 190 $34,580
Jacksonville 170 $25,120
New Bern 160 $27,080
Rocky Mount 140 $25,960
Goldsboro 120 $26,560
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 160 $36,890
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 2700 $28,720
Cleveland 2700 $28,720
Columbus 2290 $28,630
Dayton 1330 $28,430
Akron 980 $29,540
Toledo 830 $24,490
Canton 680 $25,670
Massillon 680 $25,670
Springfield 170 $25,080
Mansfield 150 $23,540
Lima 150 $28,540
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 2500 $30,950
Tulsa 1190 $25,990
Lawton 160 $30,030
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 350 $36,390
Salem 340 $36,860
Medford 230 $37,410
Redmond 220 $37,500
Bend 220 $37,500
Albany 120 $34,360
Grants Pass 110 $34,080
Corvallis 110 $36,360
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 2690 $27,790
Barre 930 $27,340
Wilkes 930 $27,340
Scranton 930 $27,340
Hazleton 930 $27,340
Harrisburg 690 $29,140
Carlisle 690 $29,140
Lancaster 540 $28,580
Reading 450 $25,020
Hanover 360 $27,880
York 360 $27,880
Erie 260 $28,700
Bloomsburg 170 $28,980
Berwick 170 $28,980
Johnstown 160 $29,360
East Stroudsburg 140 $25,740
Lebanon 120 $27,570
Chambersburg 120 $29,280
Waynesboro 120 $29,280
Altoona 110 $27,280
Williamsport 80 $27,570
State College 80 $27,580
Gettysburg N/A $29,370
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 3090 $22,980
Caguas 3090 $22,980
San Juan 3090 $22,980
Ponce 520 $19,180
Isabela 470 $17,860
Aguadilla 470 $17,860
San Germ�n 200 $19,180
Mayag�ez 140 $18,530
Guayama 70 $18,850
Arecibo N/A $18,620
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1290 $29,810
North Charleston 1290 $29,810
Mauldin 940 $29,040
Anderson 940 $29,040
Greenville 940 $29,040
Columbia 930 $31,300
Spartanburg 480 $27,760
Florence 380 $28,530
Bluffton 280 $36,490
Beaufort 280 $36,490
Hilton Head Island 280 $36,490
Sumter 120 $27,390
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 500 $29,470
Rapid City 180 $33,140
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 3830 $29,310
Nashville 3830 $29,310
Davidson 3830 $29,310
Franklin 3830 $29,310
Knoxville 1300 $27,730
Johnson City 420 $26,080
Cleveland 250 $27,460
Morristown 240 $26,450
Jackson 180 $26,140
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 8470 $32,490
Arlington 8470 $32,490
Fort Worth 8470 $32,490
Sugar Land 8390 $34,200
The Woodlands 8390 $34,200
Houston 8390 $34,200
New Braunfels 2590 $33,310
San Antonio 2590 $33,310
Round Rock 2170 $31,160
Austin 2170 $31,160
El Paso 980 $29,380
Mission 780 $29,260
McAllen 780 $29,260
Edinburg 780 $29,260
Corpus Christi 770 $30,060
Port Arthur 650 $33,960
Beaumont 650 $33,960
Killeen 530 $33,360
Temple 530 $33,360
Tyler 370 $28,070
Lubbock 370 $29,460
Harlingen 370 $31,120
Brownsville 370 $31,120
Amarillo 340 $33,690
Longview 250 $29,350
Waco 240 $32,360
Abilene 210 $29,570
Laredo 200 $29,300
Denison 190 $28,350
Sherman 190 $28,350
Bryan 180 $30,230
College Station 180 $30,230
Wichita Falls 180 $31,780
Victoria 160 $33,910
Midland 160 $34,610
Odessa 150 $33,870
San Angelo 140 $31,640
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1910 $34,780
Clearfield 590 $34,210
Ogden 590 $34,210
Provo 550 $31,630
Orem 550 $31,630
St. George 180 $32,730
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 190 $36,090
Burlington 190 $36,090
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1850 $28,680
Roanoke 440 $28,860
Lynchburg 270 $28,100
Charlottesville 260 $31,420
Christiansburg 170 $24,090
Blacksburg 170 $24,090
Radford 170 $24,090
Waynesboro 160 $27,590
Staunton 160 $27,590
Harrisonburg 130 $29,020
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 4190 $42,370
Seattle 4190 $42,370
Bellevue 4190 $42,370
Spokane 600 $40,210
Spokane Valley 600 $40,210
Yakima 300 $36,020
Tumwater 270 $42,500
Olympia 270 $42,500
Kennewick 220 $38,080
Richland 220 $38,080
Bremerton 200 $43,280
Silverdale 200 $43,280
Bellingham 190 $41,410
Wenatchee 140 $36,660
Longview 120 $41,660
Mount Vernon 90 $42,270
Anacortes 90 $42,270
Walla Walla 50 $42,570
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 420 $25,510
Morgantown 270 $27,300
Beckley 240 $26,980
Parkersburg 140 $22,470
Vienna 140 $22,470
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 2390 $31,440
Waukesha 2390 $31,440
West Allis 2390 $31,440
Madison 910 $31,940
Green Bay 400 $29,250
Wausau 240 $27,690
Racine 220 $27,670
Neenah 210 $27,040
Oshkosh 210 $27,040
Eau Claire 190 $28,630
Appleton 190 $29,770
Janesville 150 $29,020
Beloit 150 $29,020
Fond du Lac 140 $32,190
Sheboygan 100 $30,100
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 140 $35,830
Casper 80 $34,410

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Pharmacy Technicians

To find out more about building a career as Pharmacy Technicians, we spoke with professionals in the field across a variety of specialties. Learn about their experiences on the job, the steps they took to complete their education, and what it takes to excel in this industry. Click the link to see a story.

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Pharmacy Technicians

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Hospital 56,520 39% $31,270
Department And General Stores 35,250 24% $25,350
Grocery Stores 20,120 13% $28,410
Medical Office 7,310 5% $32,110
Government 6,980 4% $36,590
Non-store Retailers 4,350 3% $27,490
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 3,790 2% $28,190
Office Services And Staffing 3,760 2% $30,390
Insurance 1,450 1% $32,620
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