Thursday, December 8, 2016

Daily Pump Trap: 12/8/16 edition

A very few of the positions posted at C&EN Jobs:

New York, NY: The Metropolitan Museum of Art seeks a research assistant; B.S. in science, "general chemistry and organic chemistry lab experience preferred."

Kansas City, MO (?): SynTech Research seeks a senior analytical chemist; B.S./M.S./Ph.D. with significant LC and GC experience desired.

A broader look: Monster, Careerbuilder, Indeed and show (respectively) "1000+", 382, 9,401 and 34 positions for the search term "chemist."

LinkedIn shows 1,959 positions for the search term "chemist" and 13,012 for the search term "chemistry." Job titles from LinkedIn - first with quotes, and the second without: Analytical chemist: 172/231. Research chemist: 28/37. Synthetic chemist: 12/362. Medicinal chemist: 10/28. Organic chemist: 28/53. Process chemist: 35/43. Process development chemist: 6/7. Formulation chemist: 41/45. 


  1. Would it be possible to collate this information into an excel spreadsheet and graph it?

    1. The broader look information of the Monster/careerbuilder/indeed/USAjobs information, as well as the linkedin information?


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