Chemicals are the backbone of a modern factory, and they’re just as important as the work itself.
In fact, there are nearly 200 chemical guys in the US alone.
Chemical guys work on everything from the construction of chemical plants to the assembly of chemicals that we ingest and produce.
The US has a chemical industry worth more than $100 billion, and chemical guys work in a wide variety of industries, from agriculture to health care.
But what does the chemical guy do?
The answer is complicated.
The chemical guy is a man who has to deal with a lot of chemicals, but not everyone has a chemistry degree.
According to a 2015 report from the Center for Science in the Public Interest, just 1% of Americans have a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering or related disciplines.
And many chemical guys are not engineers.
Instead, the chemical industry has created a vast number of jobs for people who don’t have a chemistry education, from the janitor to the truck driver.
This post has been updated.