Your subjects won't cry: Dow Agrosciences is looking (at the ACS conference in Anaheim) for B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. synthetic chemists. Indianapolis is a pretty nice town (really!) and Manning has a least a couple more years in him.
Uh, you could pay more, right?: Cambridge Major Laboratories is looking for a Ph.D. chemist with 5-10 years of "real-life, industrial experience preferably in an API facility." So why are you paying 60k to 80k? I mean, I'm sure that Germantown is a nice town with a low cost of living, but is it really that low? (Readers, amicrazyhere?)
Coatings: Arkema is looking for a Ph.D. polymer chemist with experience in coatings formulation; the position is in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. (You, presumably, will become the King or Queen of Coatings.)
Hey, you again!: Halcyon Molecular is looking for a M.S./Ph.D. analytical chemist with experience in gel-filtration and ion-exchange chromatography. Bay Area candidates preferred.
Pune!: Nalco is searching for a M.S. chemists with experience in oilfield chemicals; the position is in (wait for it...) Pune, India. I'll note that Nalco is the first employer to append a YouTube video with their ad -- so you got that going for you. What's the job growth difference between the developing world and the US? Well, Nalco is hiring 15 positions there. Fifteen!