Professor of Chemistry

Code: 25-1052.00

Also known as: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Biochemistry Professor, Chemistry Faculty Member, Chemistry Instructor, Chemistry Professor, Instructor, Lecturer, Organic Chemistry Professor, Professor

Description: Chemistry Professors lead classes and lectures on the study of substances at the molecular and atomic level. They focus on exploring the ways different substances interact with each other and how those reactions can be used to solve problems, create new products or improve current chemical processes. Chemistry Professors have at least a Master's degree. However, most Chemistry Professors working at the university or graduate level will have a doctoral degree as well.

Professor of Chemistry

Typical wages

10% $47,840
25% $60,320
Median $80,400
75% $114,270
90% $163,670

Projected employment

Estimated Employment
(2019 year)
Projected Employment
(2029 year)
Percent Change +0 %
Projected Annual Job Openings 2,100