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Chemistry Plays an Important Role in Everyday Life
Chemistry has a profound role in the lives of people, although it isn't always apparent. Medicines, plastics, soft drinks, cosmetics, paint, car tires, air fresheners, food flavor enhancers, snacks--almost everything we come into contact with is the result of chemistry in action.

Career Training in Chemistry
College degrees in chemistry can qualify you for jobs in industry, manufacturing, or government. The minimum requirement for entry level positions as a chemist is a bachelor's degree in chemistry. These degrees are available through 4-year colleges or online degree programs at distance learning centers. For certain high level jobs in consumer products or research, a master's or PhD in chemistry is required.

How Much Do Chemists Make?
In 2007, graduates with a bachelor's in chemistry received an average annual salary of $41,506, while the annual salary range for all chemists was $44,780 to $82,610 (National Association of Colleges and Employers).

Employment (2016)
Average Salary
Expected Job Growth
Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary21,250$76,75015.4%
Source: 2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.
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