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Chemistry Careers

STEM Careers: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics


Career Opportunities in Science
Career Opportunities in Science

While this is a general book, covering a range of science careers, there is a chapter specifically about "Chemistry and Materials Science." It also discusses multidiscipline careers that can benefit from a chemistry background.


Careers In Focus: Chemistry
Careers In Focus: Chemistry

Many surprising jobs require chemistry skills, including agricultural scientists, food technologists, and wood science workers. Find out the history of each job, what the educational requirements are, and who to contact for more information.


Careers in High Tech
Careers in High Tech

This book has a section specifically about Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, but jobs in many of the other chapters can involve chemistry as well.


Cool Careers Without College for Math and Science Wizards
Cool Careers Without College for Math and Science Wizards

Learn about the job of Chemical Technician, as well as other jobs that can require chemistry, such as Agricultural Technician and Wastewater Technician.


Great Jobs For Chemistry Majors
Great Jobs For Chemistry Majors

Perhaps you are aware of the "usual" chemistry jobs, like Research and Development and Chemical Engineering. You may even be interested in teaching, or working your way up through management. But do you know how to find one? Take a self-assessment, explore resumes and cover letters, and learn about networking, interviewing, and considering a job offer.


Job Surfing: The Sciences - Research And Medicine
Job Surfing: The Sciences - Research And Medicine

As you might suspect, knowledge of chemistry is critical to many fields of research and medicine. There is also a chapter on chemistry-specific jobs.


So You Want To Be A Scientist?
So You Want To Be A Scientist?

This book covers the day-to-day life of a research scientist. Every chapter covers a common job task or problem you might not be aware of (like writing a scientific paper, or applying for grants) and then shares a "real life problem" related to that topic. The book also explores the more abstract issues of politics, ethics, and intellectual property.