Chemical Engineers use their knowledge of science and mathematics to develop methods and equipment used in the production of chemicals and to find solutions to the challenges faced by many industries. They evaluate processes and data, carry out research and testing, and develop plans to improve plant operations.
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High-level salary and benefits
Ability to contribute meaningful advancements to society
The work of a chemical engineer is almost always challenging and intellectually stimulating.
Chemical engineers work in a host of fields, including architecture, pharmaceuticals, product manufacturing, science and research.
You are exposed to health hazards while handling certain chemicals and plant equipments
Always preoccupied with work, very little time for a social life
In order to become a chemical engineer, you will need at least a master’s degree, and oftentimes a doctoral degree as well. This equates to many years and possible steep student loans.
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Chemicals manufacturing industries
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