If you like working in a laboratory and interacting with other people, chemistry could be your ideal career. You'll work closely with chemists, chemical engineers and technical specialists. You could use your laboratory skills to test and communicate information in areas such as quality control, pollution, and research and development. It's a field with a vast range of possible career options, and high-paying jobs are plentiful.

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In 2016, Chemical Technicians earned an average salary of $45,840.

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