What does the chemist do? (continuation)


The industrial chemist may work in a chemical laboratory or in industries where he tests his experiments, performs analyzes and develops methods.

The bachelor chemist works with Pure Chemistry research. The licensed chemist works as a teacher in public and private schools.

Some may work in universities, but nowadays postgraduate courses in the field are required.


The chemist must be an investigative, curious, observant person with good logical reasoning.

Labor market

The job market for the chemist is large and promising. The area of ​​petrochemicals is the fastest growing and the one that has many specialists, as well as the area of ​​development of new biofuels.

For the chemistry teacher, there is also a very large area of ​​expertise. In the market, there is a lack of these professionals.