There are probably no two individuals with the same career. There just are too many possibilities. Here you find some general sketches of possible careers. This gives you also some idea on possible subsequent jobs.
Usually a career in industry starts after your PhD. At least, as far as the Research and Development (R&D) departments are concerned. If you want to enroll directly in management positions you may well do without a PhD. In a R&D department you do high quality research to develop new products and to improve existing ones. After a few years the decision is made on your career profile. After quite some years of research many people tend to be in for something else. Many welcome the possibilities in industry to enter management positions, while others continue their research as senior scientists.
You can find graduates from our program in many places, not restricted to the academia or industry. There are people working for the government, writing articles for (scientific) papers, making policies in all sorts of fields, working for consultancy bureaus, etcetera.
A professional academic career usually starts with a PhD followed by a post-doc. If you are a domestic student, most often you do your PhD in The Netherlands and your post-doc somewhere else, typically in Europe, North America or Oceania. After that you acquire a position at a university or research institute, often in the form of a tenure or habilitation track (depending on the country). The highest rank that you can reach is that of (full) professor. There are professors in microbiology, physical chemistry, cell biology, organic chemistry, biotechnology, etcetera, who did our MSc program in Molecular Life Sciences.
Career as a Chemistry Teacher
After following some courses in education and an education internship it is possible to become a full registered teacher in Chemistry ('eerstegraadsbevoegdheid Scheikunde'). After this you follow the education master's of the university of Utrecht or Radboud University Nijmegen. Usually half year of education courses followed during the MSc Molecular Life Sciences count as a part this education master's.The other year will be extra after your graduation in Wageningen. The Dutch government provides some extra financial support for students following the education master's for chemistry