Thread: Newbie Seeking Advice
Today, I'm not working at the Asian salon filing acrylic nails into perfect squovals because it's my day off. Thursday is my day to study. I attend the University of Pittsburgh & I'm majoring in chemistry. I know my degree is three-quarters crap and one-quarter gold. My dream is to work in the perfume industry...and I was wondering how to get my foot in the door. I have no idea what type of credentials companies require...if I need a graduate degre...if I'm better off to just take over the basement and set up shop...I am passionate about making people beautiful. I am just clueless about the perfume industry. There's so much information out there I don't know where to start. I work 30 hours and I go to school three-quarter time. I don't have time to read bad books. If anyone has any advice on what to study in school, books to read, etc., I'll gratefully take it.
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Perhaps inquiring now about it professionally is better than blindly attaining a Chem degree which may or may not be a catalyst (pun intended) towards a career in perfumery.
Other than suggesting you consult the perfumery industry and/or join a perfume academy I don't know what else to suggest.