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  1. #1 How can I improve my career in pharmaceutical industry? 
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    I am actually working on a pharmaceutical industry and in quality control lab. as an analyst. I have 4 year chemistry bachelor degree. So, my question is what are the possibilities in this area in order to do my career up? If I go into master which qualify and benefit can I gain for myself and company purposes?
    What are the extra degrees should I study?
    What are the certificates / courses should I go?
    What are the chances of my future career opportunities in pharmaceutical industry?
    How can I educate myself to prevent from firing (from the firms)?
    Does 4 year chemistry degree enough to lift up in the career ladder for future?


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    Quote Originally Posted by yiberkit View Post
    I am actually working on a pharmaceutical industry and in quality control lab. as an analyst. I have 4 year chemistry bachelor degree. So, my question is what are the possibilities in this area in order to do my career up? If I go into master which qualify and benefit can I gain for myself and company purposes?
    What are the extra degrees should I study?
    What are the certificates / courses should I go?
    What are the chances of my future career opportunities in pharmaceutical industry?
    How can I educate myself to prevent from firing (from the firms)?
    Does 4 year chemistry degree enough to lift up in the career ladder for future?

    You can go to Pharmacy school. Have you ever put that to thought?


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    I am actually working on a pharmaceutical industry and in quality control lab. as an analyst. I have 4 year chemistry bachelor degree. So, my question is what are the possibilities in this area in order to do my career up? If I go into master which qualify and benefit can I gain for myself and company purposes?
    What are the extra degrees should I study?
    What are the certificates / courses should I go?
    What are the chances of my future career opportunities in pharmaceutical industry?
    How can I educate myself to prevent from firing (from the firms)?
    Does 4 year chemistry degree enough to lift up in the career ladder for future?

    You can go to Pharmacy school. Have you ever put that to thought?
    yeah but its really tough , means like you have to obtain very high degree in university exam to get accept into pharmacy school. Otherwise you cant. Alternatively what are the options in the masters of chemistry area?
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    What would you achieve when you have a masters in chemistry (pharmacy)? You would have done little extra research, lost 2 years, and even less extra experience. Your current company will most likely not pay for your study, so what do you have?

    Pharmacy is actually pretty easy to make your own research in. Companies like innovative ideas and patents a lot more than a masters degree. Problem is, getting money to get your idea started. My hint would be, come up with a good idea, patent it, and then promote your idea for sponsors.

    I myself am trying to skip masters degree altogether, and just get something published. My type of research is less profitable, otherwise i would have made a product.
    Growing up, i marveled at star-trek's science, and ignored the perfect society. Now, i try to ignore their science, and marvel at the society.

    Imagine, being able to create matter out of thin air, and not coming up with using drones for boarding hostile ships. Or using drones to defend your own ship. Heck, using drones to block energy attacks, counterattack or for surveillance. Unless, of course, they are nano-machines in your blood, which is a billion times more complex..
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    You have to know what you want to do with your Masters degree. What is that specifically interests you, or helps you with what your doing right now. For example, what project are you doing in your industry.

    You can possible continue that work for your masters degree or more so for your PhD.
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