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Wondering what you can do with a science degree? We catch up with Dr. Stelling to delve into her career in chemistry and discuss what current students can do to improve their chances of working in science once they graduate.
Dr. Gaby Schilling, Coach for Scientists in Management Positions, spent many years working in industry after having gained her PhD in inorganic chemistry.
Overwhelmed by chemists’ discoveries, I decided to study Chemistry. I discovered that today it is possible to build chemicals, study reactions, or even make drugs within a desktop computer by performing virtual experiments in a similar way as the typical chemists. This type of chemistry is called “computational chemistry”.
There's a multitude of less well-known career options. Here are the stories of four chemists who stepped off the beaten path and are thrilled with the opportunities they found.
Let’s check the pulse of today’s economy and look at careers in chemistry. Fortunately, there are a wide variety of fields you can look into. The more carefully you match your skills to the market, the happier you will be in your new career.
Students often feel that they could never be chemists because scientists are "super smart." However, anyone who enjoys learning about the world around us can be a successful chemist.
Here's a look at what a chemist is, what a chemist does, and what type of salary and career opportunities you can expect as a chemist.