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Chemists work mainly in laboratories, researching chemicals and looking for ways to use them to improve the way we live. They have extensive knowledge of laboratories processes and equipment that they use to perform all types of laboratory testing. The exact type of testing they conduct depends on the industry they are working in and the type of information they are seeking.
A bachelor's degree in chemistry may be sufficient to land you an entry-level position with a smaller company. However, you will need to complete a master's degree or a Ph.D. for better opportunities and higher earning potential. Chemists must be extremely patient and have strong research, analytical, laboratory, and problem-solving skills. They must also be observant and have a keen eye for detail.
Why did you choose to become a chemist? Is this something you intend to do for the long-term or are you looking for some kind of stopgap arrangement? What makes you a good fit for this role? Do you like working in a lab? These are some of the questions prospective employers generally ask candidates applying for a chemist position. To see more such questions, go to Mock Questions.