What jobs can you get with a chemistry degree?
There are a wide variety of careers you can choose in the chemistry field. However, what you can do is dependent on the amount of education you have earned. For example, if you have an Associates degree, you will not have much to choose from, but if you take it a step further with a Bachelors many more doors open. Career choice in Chemistry is directly related to your degree.
Examples of careers that you can choose from in the field of chemistry include: chemical sales, analytical chemistry, consumer products, environmental law, forensic science, inorganic chemistry, hazardous waste management, chemical engineering, consulting, pharmaceuticals, teaching, and medicine. The list of opportunities are abundant.
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