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The Top College Degrees That Will Earn Your Money BackSource: Quartz. As the cost of education continues to skyrocket and job prospects remain less than robust in a tough economy, the answer to the question, "What are you going to major in?" seems more important than ever. There's just no way around it. We all know it: education is expensive. A fact that becomes more and more true with the passing of time. A four-year degree at a public university costs, on average, around $37,343, while an education at a private school will set you back $121,930. While statistics show that a college degree will undoubtedly open doors and increase your earning potential, you need to choose your degree carefully to ensure you're making a wise investment. So, with that said, let's jump right in, shall we? Today we bring you the top paying degrees and majors (in the U.S.). Click 'Next' to start the slideshow. Pharmacy Source: SMU. Pharmacists earned an average salary of $114,040 in 2015. The basic requirement for pharmacists to be considered for registration is an undergraduate or postgraduate pharmacy degree from a recognized university. In many countries, this involves a four- or five-year course to attain a master of pharmacy degree (MPharm). In the United States, students must complete a doctor of pharmacy degree to become a licensed pharmacist. Computer Science Source: BS. It should be no surprise that computer-related fields frequent this list of best college majors. Computers are everywhere, and people who know how to make, modify and master the machines are in high demand—and compensated in kind. Developers of both applications and systems software typically earn about $96,461 and $103,083 a year, respectively. Accounting Source: Algoma University. Financial analysts earn a median salary of more than $80,940 a year. Managers do even better, typically taking home more than $116,000 a year. Personal financial advisers, a field expected to add 19.3 percent more positions by 2025, typically earn nearly $83,114 a year. Another career option in this field is economist, which pulls down a median salary of more than $97,300 a year. Petroleum Engineering Source: Sites at Penn State. Petroleum engineers help find oil and gas for the world's energy needs. Petroleum engineers design and develop methods for extracting oil and gas from deposits below the Earth's surface. They also find new ways to extract oil and gas from older wells. This career choice brings an average mid-career salary of $168,000. Electrical Engineering Source: TryEngineering. Electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of equipment such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems and power generation equipment. Graduates with electrical engineering degrees are in high demand in industries such as research and development, manufacturing, telecommunications, and government. The median annual salary is $95,230. Chemical Engineering Source: University of Chester. Chemical engineers develop and design chemical manufacturing processes. Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics to solve problems that involve the production or use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food and many other products. This job path has an average mid-career salary of $118,000. Mechanical Engineering Source: IndiaEducation. Mechanical engineers design the machines, products and mechanical systems that power our everyday lives, from internal combustion engines to air-conditioning systems. This is a good field for someone with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. The median annual salary is about $83,590. Mining Engineering Source: realisedatasystems. Mining and geological engineers typically design open-pit and underground mines, supervise the construction of mine shafts and tunnels and devise methods for transporting minerals to processing plants. People who choose this career path can expect to pull down a comfortable $109,000 per year. Neurosurgery Source: URMC. A neurosurgeon is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system, including congenital anomalies, trauma, tumors, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, stroke or degenerative diseases of the spine. The average salary for a neurosurgeon is $380,378 per year. Business and Information Manager Source: SAMS. With an average salary of $87,400, computer and information systems managers play a vital role in the implementation of technology within their organizations. They do everything from helping construct a business plan to overseeing network security to directing Internet operations.
Flow Chemistry Market Research, Analysis, Development Report 2019-2025[Mar, 2019] The global flow chemistry market size is projected to be valued at USD 2.39 billion by 2025. It is projected to register a CAGR of 10.0 during the forecast period. Lower operating costs of the technology coupled with ecofriendliness is projected to boost the growth. Substantial reduction in waste generation along with elimination of nonrenewable production methods are priorities from a global environment standpoint. Major economies are therefore introducing regulations with a view to minimize the damage to the environment. Numerous governments are introducing measures to achieve the targets set by the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changes UNFCCC, specifically to mitigate the emission of greenhouse gases. Continuous Stirred Tank CST and Plug Flow PF are the most commonly adopted reactors in the flow chemistry market. CST reactor systems require limited human intervention to function thereby incurring low labor costs associated with its adoption. Additionally, both reactor technologies have a high output rate, resulting in low production costs. Increasing adoption of microreactors in specialty chemical, fine chemical, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors has contributed substantially to controlling environment damage along with saving manufacturing costs. In the bulk chemicals manufacturing industry, microreactors are used to manufacture styrene, formaldehyde, Ethylene Oxide EO, and Vinyl Acetate Monomer VAM among others. Get Free Sample Copy of this Report at: https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/flowchemistrymarket/requestsample Pharmaceutical industry is expected to witness maximum growth over the forecast period owing to the ease of continuous separation and crystallization technique offered by flow chemistry technology. Growing need for production cost control coupled with increasing competition in the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients API manufacturing industry is projected to contribute significantly to the demand over the forecast period. Further key findings from the report suggest: • Academia and research application held a market share of 12.45 in 2018 owing to growing use of renewable technologies for manufacturing along with affordable cost of flow chemistry • Asia Pacific is expected to witness the highest CAGR of 11.3 owing to growing adoption of affordable, energy saving, renewable technologies along with substantial investment from petrochemical industry • Microreactor is expected to register an astounding CAGR of 21.0 over the forecast period, due to the demand from pharmaceutical manufacturers owing to better selectivity, affordable production costs, and low waste generation by the product • Notable players operating in the flow chemistry market include Am Technology, CEM Corp., Biotage AB, Syrris Ltd, and Vapourtec Ltd. among others. Companies are strategizing to enhance their geographic presence by making inroads in Asia Pacific, which is expected to have substantial potential. Check out Full Report with TOC at: https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/flowchemistrymarket Table of Contents: Chapter 1 Methodology and Scope 1.1 Market Segmentation amp; Scope 1.2 Market Definition 1.3 Information Procurement 1.3.1 Purchased Database 1.3.2 GVR’s Internal Database 1.3.3 Secondary Sources amp; ThirdParty Perspectives 1.3.4 Primary Research 1.4 Information Analysis 1.4.1 Data Analysis Model 1.5 Market Formulation amp; Data Visualisation 1.6 Information Analysis Chapter 2 Executive Summary 2.1 Market Outlook 2.2 Segmental Outlook 2.2 Competitive Insights Chapter 3 Flow Chemistry Market Variables, Trends amp; Scope 3.1 Market Lineage Outlook 3.1.1 Global Flow Chemistry Market Outlook 3.2 Penetration amp; Growth Prospect Mapping 3.3 Industry Value Chain Analysis 3.3.1 Raw Materials Trends 3.3.2 Manufacturing Trends 3.3.3 Sales Channel analysis 3.3.4 Vendor Selection Criteria Analysis Continued... See our similar reports at: https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/chemicals Contact Details: Michelle Thoras Corporate Sales Specialist, USA Radiant Insights, Inc 28 2nd Street, Suite 3036, San Francisco, CA 94105, United States Phone: 14153490054 Toll Free: 18882029519 Email: sales@radiantinsights.com
Profile of Dame Carol RobinsonOver a quarter century ago, chemist Carol Robinson led research that yielded the first mass spectra of molecular chaperones in complex with protein ligands. The achievement, which defied early scientific dogma concerning the theorized limits of mass spectrometry, inspired a discipline: gas-phase structural biology. Since then, the work of this first female professor of chemistry at Oxford University, who was formerly the first female professor of chemistry at Cambridge University, has advanced mass spectrometry’s utility in uncovering the 3D architecture of macromolecular complexes. Appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2013, Robinson was elected as a foreign associate of the National Academy of Sciences in 2017. The following year, Robinson and her team accomplished their goal of ejecting protein complexes directly from native membrane fragments into a mass spectrometer. Her Inaugural Article (1) details her path toward this feat, one that holds promise for improving the assessment of numerous therapeutics. Dame Carol Robinson. Image courtesy of Robert Taylor (taylor-photo.co.uk). Born in the county of Kent in Southeast England, Robinson lived with her family in London until they moved to the port town of Folkestone when she was 10-years-old. She says, “I remember being struck by the fact that there was so much wildlife around. I started a nature collection of wildflowers, frogspawn, and stick insects.” She also was fascinated from an early age by the periodic table, which led to an early interest in chemistry. After taking preuniversity O-level science courses and passing the 11-plus examination administered to some students in their last year of primary education, in 1972, at age 16, Robinson left school. Shortly thereafter, she accepted a laboratory technician position with the pharmaceutical firm Pfizer. She was proud of her title, gas liquid chromatographer, but did not initially enjoy the work. “My role …