About ADI

Through its member organizations, the Pharmacy Workforce Center (PWC) seeks to collect, analyze and disseminate data on the supply of licensed pharmacists in the United States, the demand for pharmacy services and related pharmacy student and workforce issues for educational, scientific, or charitable purposes. For questions about the Pharmacy Workforce Center, contact Lynette Bradley-Baker at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (lbbaker@aacp.org).

The data reported here were submitted by a panel of persons who participate in the hiring of pharmacists on a direct and regular basis. It is intended that the panel represent the major geographic and practice sectors of pharmacy practice in the United States. Membership on the panel is by invitation from PWC members and consultants. Data submitted by panel members are confidential. Panelists are not compensated for participation. For questions about the Aggregate Demand Index, contact David Kreling at School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin (david.kreling@wisc.edu).

Demand categories

5 = High demand: difficult to fill open positions
4 = Moderate demand: some difficulty filling open positions
3 = Demand in balance with supply
2 = Demand is less than the pharmacist supply available
1 = Demand is much less than the pharmacist supply available

Data and information are provided for informational purposes only. Neither the Pharmacy Workforce Center nor any of its affiliates shall be liable for any errors or delays in the content or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.