What to do with this major...
|Agricultural Scientist||Food & Drug Inspector||Pharmaceutical Sales Representative|
|Analytical Chemist||Food Scientist Technician||Pharmacologist|
|Atmospheric Chemist||Forensic Chemist||Physical Chemist|
|Brewer Lab Assistant Nutritionist||Geochemist||Plastics Engineer|
|Cell Research Chemist||High School Teacher||Product Tester|
|Cephalometric Analyst||Hazardous Waste Manager||Production Chemist|
|Chemical Oceanographer||Hydrologist||Quality Assurance Manager|
|Chemistry Technologist||Industrial Hygienist||Radio Chemist|
|Chemical Mixer||Industrial Manager||Research|
|Clarifying Plant Operation||Inorganic Chemist||Risk Manager|
|Clinical Chemist||Materials Scientist||Science Information Specialist|
|College Professor||Metallurgist||Science Lab Technician|
|Color Development Chemist||Medical Technologist||Soil Chemist|
|Cosmetics Chemist||Milling Scientist||Soil Scientist|
|Crime Lab Analyst||Molecular Endocrinologist||Tissue Technologist|
|Cytologist||Nano Technology Chemist||Toxicologist|
|Dentist||Nuclear Medical Technologist||Underwater Technician|
|Environmental Health Specialist||Occupational Safety Specialist||Vector Control Assistant|
|Enzymes Chemist||Organic Chemist||Wastewater Treatment Chemistry|
|Fire Protection Engineer||Paint/Ink Chemist||Water Purification Chemist|
|Food Chemist||Perfumer||Yeast Culture Developer|
Personal Characteristics to be Successful
Analyze manpower requirements
Anticipate and solve problems
Design and conduct tests and experiments
Develop new materials and compounds
Evaluate/review information system utilization
Oral and written communication
Perceive cause and effect of relationship
Possess excellent mind for math and science
Supervise or manage projects
Work independently and in groups
Work with the newest technology, systems and work processes
Science Careers: A searchable database for all types of science jobs for all education levels.
Science Jobs: Free site for job seekers listing industry, academic, and government bioscience and chemistry employment opportunities.
Chemists and Materials Scientists: Nature of the work, working conditions, employment, job outlook and much more.
Chemical and Engineering News: C&EN Online is a weekly magazine published by the American Chemical Society has job postings and information.
On Assignment Lab Support: Specializes in placing technicians and scientists into laboratories. Part time jobs are also available.
American Chemical Society: Career page has links with information about career opportunities, fellowships, grants, and more.
Chemical Heritage Foundation: This foundation serves the community of the chemical and molecular sciences, and the wider public, by treasuring the past, educating the present, and inspiring the future
American Institute for Chemical Engineers: A non-profit professional association with information on career paths in chemical engineering.
Career Opportunities for Majors in Chemistry: A site that provides the many possible career paths that could be taken for someone with a Chemistry Major.
Chemistry Majors: This site provides general information and resources for Chemistry majors.
Major Resource Kit: University of Delaware lays out for you areas in which Chemistry can take you depending on the amount of education you have underneath you.
American Institute of Chemists: This is all you need to know about chemistry.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology of Chemistry: This institute offers a lot of helpful information to anyone looking at applying for graduate school within the field of Chemistry.
Washington University: For students seeking either a Ph.D. degree or a M.A. degree.
Resources for Chemistry Majors: This site serves as an excellent source of information about all possibilities that top graduate schools can offer chemistry majors.
Schools Offering Chemistry: The Princeton Review provides you the many schools that offer a Chemistry Major.