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Nanomaterials Scientists


The U.S. Department of Labor does not provide an employment outlook for nanomaterials scientists, but it does predict that job opportunities for chemists and materials scientists who conduct research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences will increase by 4 percent through 2028, which is about as fast as the average for all other occupations. Chemical manufacturing industries require the expertise of nanomaterials scientists, and opportunities will be best for those with advanced degrees. Nanomaterials scientists will also be needed to help develop technologies and processes that reduce pollution. predicts that U.S. nanotechnology revenue will exceed $125 billion by 2024, and revenue is expected to continue to grow globally in the near future.

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