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What type of jobs would require an extensive background in chemistry?

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Question by MarieGirl899: What type of jobs would require an extensive background in chemistry?
Just wondering if there are any jobs. Obviously not chemistry teacher or anything of that sort. But actual jobs.

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Answer by TheWanderer
Off the top of my head you can work for a pharmaceutical company, cosmetic company (they need chemists to produce the make up). Some government jobs want chemists for research projects.

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3 thoughts on “What type of jobs would require an extensive background in chemistry?

  1. Roger says:

    Teacher is an actual job. I work as an R&D chemist for a chem company, and get to travel loads and use state of the art labs and plants…so lots of fun. An extensive background in chemistry implies you’ve dedicated a lot of time to it so why quit?

  2. Doctorwho says:

    Go to indeed,com and type in “chemistry” and look at some of the >20,000 jobs posted that have “chemistry” in the title or description.

    http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=chemistry&l=

    And that’s just one job resource site of many.

  3. Devan says:

    Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy (at CVS, Walgreens, ect.) are some of the higher paying jobs, starting around 100K a year depending on where you work.

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