Thursday, May 1, 2014

One of the reasons I've lessened attention to C&EN Jobs

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  1. Just think how different history would have turned out if no one applied for those White House plumber's jobs back in the Nixon Administration? gr

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  2. [Insert joke about chemist and former chemist-turned-plumber here]

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  3. The Iron ChemistMay 1, 2014 at 12:35 PM

    Are they going for some kind of "Good Will Hunting"-type thing here?

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  4. I think they are hoping to get attention of ChemEs to apply since fits with their skill set.

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  5. This is further evidence of a STEM™ shortage… which apparently includes faucet stems.

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  6. I bet there's still PhD chemists willing to apply for it. At least you can tell people you're a chemist working at Berkeley. You just don't go into more detail than that.

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  7. Probably better benefits and job security than the adjuncts they're looking to hire.

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  8. Pipefitters -- Might fit some physicists I knew, especially the high-energy types. If it can hold high vacuum, it is tight! gr

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  9. ACS is encouraging "non-traditional careers".

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