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    The Mole

    Higher apprenticeships

    1 July 2013

    Want to earn while you learn? Higher apprenticeships could be your debt-free route to chemistry graduate status. James Mitchell Crow takes a look

  • David Read

    In support of teaching

    1 July 2013

    David Read calls on new chemistry graduates to consider teaching as a career. There are challenges, but help is on hand

  • Student scientist working at the laboratory
    The Mole

    So you want to be a chemist?

    1 March 2013

    Francesca Burgoyne from RSC ChemNet takes a look at why you should get some work experience and how to go about finding a placement

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    Making students more employable

    1 November 2012

    The RSC's Undergraduate Skills Record is now available online

  • Three young women with backpacks in a departure lounge
    The Mole

    Taking a gap year

    1 September 2012

    Annette Hutchinson asks: ‘it is worth it?’

  • Pushing a career button

    Careers website gives the low-down on SET

    1 September 2012

    Gocracker aims to stimulate interest and enthusiasm for a career in SET among secondary school pupils, their parents and teachers.

  • A scientist

    The initial spark

    1 September 2010

    Adam Maltese from Indiana University and Robert Tai from Virginia University interviewed 116 scientists from across the US to find out what made them take up a career in science

  • Chemistry and graduation images

    The chemistry PhD experience

    1 July 2009

    This autumn sees the launch of 45 Doctoral Training Centres (DTCs) in science and engineering in 20 universities across the UK

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    Graduate employability

    1 May 2009

    RSC gathers information on the employability of chemical science graduates

  • A graduate sitting in front of interviewers

    UK needs 'employable' graduates

    1 September 2008

    RSC responds to the Government's consultation on a strategy to increase the number of 'employable' graduates in the UK and raise the skills of workers