Chemistry Graduates

Top 5 online resources for Chemistry Graduates

To give you a helping hand as you head out into the big bad world of job seeking I thought it would be useful to list our top 5 online resources for Chemistry graduates. I hope you find EPS Chemistry - Periodic Table2them useful.

Prospects ‘Options with your subject’  Includes a range of job profiles and information on typical employers, work experience and a breakdown of what graduates in this area have gone on to do in a range of subjects.

Starting Point Series   A range of helpful job seeking resources including help on applications, interviews and specific help on finding work experience in chemistry.

Sector Pages  Really useful information and links to further resources and job sites. Get an insight into different sectors such energy, environment & natural resources and scientific work.

Royal Society of Chemistry   Provides lots of useful chemistry related resources, publications and advice and also includes vacancy listings. As an associate member you will receive additional benefits such as travel grants, discount on conference fees and access to a range of RCS journals.

New Scientist Keep up to date with scientific developments and search for science related vacancies.

Remember although your studies are over your contact with the Careers Service doesn’t end now. As a graduate you’ll receive full services for the next 2 years. This will include information, advice and guidance as well as access to vacancies and events listed in Careerslink. Find out more about eligibility and services here.

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