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Chemistry Careers   Tags: applied science, careers, careers by subject, chemistry, science  

A guide to careers in the field of Chemistry
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Associations and Networking

  • American Chemical Society
    The world's largest scientific society. Producer of Chemical Abstract Service.
  • North American Catalysis Society
    Distributed professional society with no central office; the New England branch is called "Catalysis Society of New England". Website includes job postings.
 

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  • A Survey of Compensation of Life Scientists in the USA, 2008
    By The Scientist: Magazine of the Life Sciences. This salary survey by the American Society for Cell Biology includes results for Chemistry and Organic Chemistry.
  • Finding a Teaching Position: Strategies for Success
    For Education Digest; Mar2008, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p38-42, Thomas A. Kersten's article includes teacher employment outlook, market demand, market supply, and mentions how the American Association for Employment in Education reports a general shortage of teachers of general science and biology.

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