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Chemist

Odds of Getting In

Your odds are frankly not that great. There's a lot of competition for jobs in this field, and if you want to be successful, you need to get your PhD, preferably with a famous professor who has connections in the industry. That way, once you graduate, he can kick open the door long enough for you to stick your foot in. 

It also helps to carry yourself with a pompous, self-righteous, and superior air, as you are the image you present.

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