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Industrial Chemicals Workers

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A helpful and inexpensive way to explore employment opportunities is to talk with someone who is working in the industry. Also, it may be possible to arrange a tour of a manufacturing plant by contacting its public relations department. Another way to explore chemical manufacturing occupations is to check high school or public libraries for books on the industry. Other sources include trade journals, high school guidance counselors, and university career services offices. You should join your high school or college science clubs. You can also subscribe to the American Chemical Society's ChemMatters, a quarterly magazine for high school chemistry students. To read selected articles from the magazine online, visit

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