Princeton has a general population of 14,203 and an overall student population of 8,198. Approximately 7,592 of Princeton's students are enrolled in schools that offer chemistry programs.
Princeton's largest chemistry school is Princeton University. Approximately 73 students graduated in 2010 from Princeton University with credentials in chemistry.
In 2010, 73 students graduated with a chemistry degree from one of Princeton's chemistry schools. In 2009 tuition at chemistry schools in Princeton was $35,340 per year, on average.
You should also anticipate spending about $1,260 for chemistry related books and supplies every year. And if you live on campus, you will face an additional expense of $11,680 per year, on average, for room and board. If you live at home, you can cut this cost down to approximately $0.
After graduating with your credentials in chemistry, if you decide to work as a chemist in Princeton, your job prospects are not very good. There were 6,300 chemists working in New Jersey and 210 working in the greater Princeton area in 2010. The government projects that the number of chemists in Princeton will decrease by -11% by the year 2018. This projected change is slower than the projected nationwide trend for chemists.
As a chemist in Princeton, you can expect to make an average salary of $77,650 per year. This is higher than the average salary for chemists in the state.