I use to think that most - not all of the people who are unemployed pharmacists are just in a really saturated market or the bottom 5% of their field who are in a sucks-to-suck-should've become-a-nurse situation. Apparently it's not the case. I can only find two sources. They say lawyers have 1.5% unemployment. I don't trust this site.. http://20somethingfinance.com/top-20-jobs-with-the-lowest-unemployment-rate/ http://money.usnews.com/careers/best-jobs/pharmacist -- What is close to the real percentage of unemployed pharmacists? Do we expect that number to go up, or do we expect grads to move to where there are jobs?