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Becoming a chemist takes a lot of hard work and discipline One very importan aspect of being a chemist is English Comunication is of the utter most importance Murphy As well as having good communication skills you also need a lot of patience However there are many other qualities you will need such as an excellent learning ability and mathematical skills You will also need to be able to preceive concepts or objects Once you get into college you need to know what kind of degree to get in order to have a fulfilling and successful career For most entry level jobs a BS degree is sufficient However for a college teaching job a PhD is required Choices After obtaining a degree your next step would be to find a job According to Jerry Murphy if you want an easy way into the chemistry field you need to know someone already in that occupation For the most part in Missouri employment is increasing Nevertheless if you are not restricted to finding a job in Missouri in the United States a whole employment is expected to increase 21 Choices After finding a job in the chemistry field that you will enjoy another quesiton arises money On hte average if you begin working at a entry level job witha bachelors degree your salary will be somewhere around 24000 a year If you start work with a masters degree you can expect about 32000 and with a PhD as mcuh as 60000 Chemists Research and development is the subcareer most chemist choose In this subfield your primary goal would be to look for and use information about chemicals Chemists A chemists also spends a considerable amount of time in an office whereheshe stores information or reports about research heshe has made There are two different types of research basic research and applied research In basic research a chemists
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