Polymer Scientist Salary
The average pay for a Polymer Scientist is $88,437 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field.
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Job Description for Polymer Scientist
The role of a polymer scientist is to design and create materials that have uses in many different industries. Polymer scientists are usually chemists or have a significant amount of experience in chemistry. The polymer scientist will use a variety of chemical polymers that will be used to create useful products for the different industries that they are working in. These polymer materials may be used to enhance different products or have them make significant changes to industries. Polymers are used in almost all everyday products and industries, and these scientists are always trying to come up with something new to impact the market.Read More...
These scientists sometimes need to take the initiative to try something new, if they feel a specific result is guaranteed. They also need to be good communicators and able to work in a high-pressure environment.
A polymer scientist will generally have a bachelor’s degree in chemistry or some other related discipline. Many who are employed will have advanced degrees that focus on organic chemistry, polymer science, or materials chemistry. The working hours of a polymer scientist will vary greatly, depending on the industry that they are working in. They will generally work a typical 9-5, but some industries might have the scientists working after hours and on the weekend, especially if there are specific timelines that they need to meet.
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