How Can I Advance My Career as an Entry-Level Chemist?
Advancing your career as an entry-level chemist requires experience in the field. However, earning advanced academic qualifications like a master’s degree or doctorate is a more direct route to acquiring a better position from the start. After you work as a research assistant, the next position up would be a pharmacist technician. After gaining experience, a pharmacist technician may become a pharmacist manager or clinical pharmacist within 6-10 years. If you’re interested in research, having many years of postdoctoral experience can offer you more opportunity in the industry. Work-study programs, internships, and fellowships can also boost your job opportunities
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