How One Pharmacist Paid Off $50K in Student Loan Debt

APRIL 06, 2016
Nearly every student pharmacist graduates with tens of thousands of dollars in student loans. They’re a necessary evil for anyone seeking the pharmacist lifestyle.

But you don’t have to be in debt forever.
All pharmacists, even those who owe more than $200,000, can become debt-free with the right plan.
In this episode of Pharmacy Life Radio, I share:
  • How I was able to pay off $50,000 in student loan debt in 9 months.
  • The most important financial and family lesson I learned from that experience.
  • How I made my marriage stronger through our finances, even though financial disputes is one of the top reasons for divorce.
  • How I plan to pay off $100,000 of debt in 2016.

Alex Barker, PharmD
Alex Barker, PharmD
Alex Barker is the founder of The Happy PharmD, which helps pharmacists create an inspiring career, break free from the mundane "pill-flipping" life. He is a Full-time Pharmacist, Media Company founder, franchise owner, Business Coach, Speaker, and Author. He's also the Founder of Pharmacy School HQ, which helps students get into pharmacy school and become residents.