The Chemical Industry, and Chemical Manufacturers, convert raw materials into such as water, natural air, oil, and gas into various products for consumer and business use. This can and include and is not limited too the creation of perfumes, colognes, soaps, paints, and pesticides.
Most jobs in chemical manufacturing are commonly in large establishments. The work is often hazardous and can require protective gear and extensive knowledge of the dangers associated with the handling of chemicals is often needed.
Modern Chemical Manufacturers are known to work longer hours and often have a higher levels of education due to the extensive knowledge needed of mixing chemicals.
Common Chemical Manufacturing Jobs: Business Partner, Chemical Engineer, Plant Manager, Quality Assurant, Sales Analyst