What Can I Do With a Career in Chemistry?
Remember that most careers do not require that you have a specific major but that you meet a minimum amount of education.
So the question is not so much what can you do with a certain major but what you want to do and how you want to get there. The following list is a beginning point to help you explore a few related career choices based on an academic interest you might have.
Agricultural Chemist, Biochemist, Chemistry Technician, College Professor, Chemistry Teacher, Chemical Research and Development, Consulting, Cytotechnologist, Environmental Scientist, Food Chemist, Forensic Lab Chemist, Geochemist, Oceanographer, Materials Chemist, Medical Research, Medical Technologist, Pharmacist, Pharmacologist, Physician, Polymer Chemist, Toxicologist, Quality Control Specialist, Veterinarian Potential Employers
Federal and State Agencies, Colleges & Universities, Schools, K-12, Manufacturing Firms, Environmental Protection Agencies, Chemical Research Facilities, Pharmaceutical Research Firms, Forensic Labs, Health Care Facilities, Chemical Engineering Firms, Biotechnology Agencies, Magazines & Journals, Agribusiness Companies, Water Treatment Facilities, Environmental Consulting Firms Links
Chemical Engineering Association
Forensic Science Association
Materials Scientist Association
OOH Profile, Secondary Teachers
OOH Profile, Physician
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