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Education and Training: Bachelor's degree or higher

Salary: Median—$76,770 per year

Employment Outlook: Good

Definition and Nature of the Work

Chemical engineers work in the production of chemicals and many other products that require chemical processing. They use the theories and laws of chemistry to develop industrial chemical processes. They generally build on the findings of research chemists, who work with small amounts of materials in laboratories. Chemical engineers are concerned with the design, construction, operation, and marketing of equipment that can reproduce on a large scale the processes or products developed by chemists. Chemical engineers work with industrial chemical processes to help produce a large variety of goods. They are often assisted by chemical technicians.

Chemical engineers need to have knowledge of not only chemistry and physics but also of mechanical and electrical engineering. In some cases they specialize in one area, such as oxidation, pollution control, or the production of plastics. Sometimes a chemical engineer's title reflects his or her area of specialization. For example, some chemical engineers are known as plastics engineers.

Chemical engineers work in many industries, including those that produce chemicals, petroleum, and electronic products. In some cases these products are sold to other industries that use them to make other products ranging from fine textiles to automobile tires. Chemicals are used in the processing and treatment of many of the foods we eat, much of the water we drink, and many of the clothes we wear. Chemical engineers develop the processes and design the factories that make it possible to bring such products to consumers.

The work of chemical engineers may begin after chemists have developed a basic product or process, such as a new kind of paint or a new way of refining coal to make synthetic natural gas. The engineer will then solve the practical problems in the manufacture and use of these products. Chemical engineers consult with chemists at many points during their work. Engineers do experiments and calculate such things as the temperature and pressure to be expected during an industrial process. They help to design buildings and plan what machinery will be needed. They estimate the number of people needed to operate a plant as well as the cost of power and raw materials. They make extensive use of computers in this work. Chemical engineers must also consider the effect of a plant or process on the environment. They cannot build a plant that will release deadly fumes into the air. They cannot pollute lakes or streams or harm wildlife. Chemical engineers often build pilot plants or small-scale models of the actual processing facility. Pilot plants allow the engineers to test their work and to experiment with new processes.

Some chemical engineers supervise the construction of new facilities. They test equipment and teach operators how to use it. Other chemical engineers work in the manufacturing process itself. They solve many of the everyday problems incurred in running a plant. They make sure that standards of quality are met while production costs are kept as low as possible. Some engineers work in sales or management. A small number of chemical engineers work as consultants, offering their services to small businesses that do not need full-time chemical engineers. Still others teach and do research at colleges and universities.

In recent years chemical engineers have entered the field of biotechnology, designing bioreactors for plant cultures or developing models of ecosystem behavior following the spillage of chemicals. Another frontier for chemical engineers has been electronics, where they have researched the chemical synthesis of microelectronic components.

Education and Training Requirements

You usually need at least a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering to enter this field. Some engineering colleges offer work-study programs that combine work experience with formal study. It generally takes four or five years to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. Many jobs in chemical engineering also require advanced degrees. You can earn a master's degree in one or two additional years of full-time study. Many chemical engineers find that a master's degree in business administration is useful, especially if they want to become managers. If you want to do research or teach at the university level, you will need a doctoral degree. It usually takes about four years of full-time study beyond the bachelor's degree to earn a doctoral degree. Many engineers continue their education on a part-time basis after they have found jobs in their field. Employers often pay tuition for courses that engineers take to improve their job skills. Chemical engineers must be willing to study throughout their careers so that they can keep up with advances in engineering technology.

Engineers who offer their services to the public or whose work affects life, health, or property must be licensed by the state in which they work. They generally need a degree from an approved engineering college, about four years of work experience as an engineer, and a passing grade on a state examination before being licensed as a professional engineer.

Getting the Job

If you take part in a work-study program in college, you may be able to work full time for your employer after you graduate. Your college placement office can also help you find a job as a chemical engineer. Newspapers, Internet job banks, and professional journals often list openings for chemical engineers. You can also apply directly to companies that hire chemical engineers.

Advancement Possibilities and Employment Outlook

Advancement depends on education and experience. Chemical engineers who have bachelor's degrees generally start as assistants to experienced engineers. After they gain experience, they are usually given more responsibility. Many become experts in their special fields. Engineers can become team leaders or technical service and development (TS&D) officers. The TS&D engineer expands the applications for his or her company's products and finds new ones. Some chemical engineers go on to become managers or executives. A few start their own consulting firms or businesses. Others use their background in chemical engineering to advance in marketing or sales careers.

The employment outlook for chemical engineers is good. The number of jobs is expected to increase about as fast as the average for all jobs through the year 2014. Much of the projected growth in employment will be in service industries, such as scientific research and development. Job opportunities for chemical engineers will be better in pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, electronics, and plastics materials.

Working Conditions

Chemical engineers generally work in clean, well-equipped plants, offices, and laboratories. At times they must supervise construction or production lines. Although chemicals can be dangerous, workers follow strict safety regulations and injuries are rare. The basic workweek for chemical engineers is forty hours, but overtime is often necessary. Chemical engineers should have interest and aptitude in math and science as well as strong analytical skills. They must be able to work in teams and to communicate their ideas effectively. Chemical engineers must be creative and imaginative and enjoy the challenge of solving problems.

Where to Go for More Information

American Institute of Chemical Engineers
3 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016-5991
(800) 242-4363
http://www.aiche.org

National Society of Professional Engineers
1420 King St.
Alexandria, VA 22314-2794
(703) 684-2800
http://www.nspe.org

Society of Plastics Engineers
14 Fairfield Dr.
P.O. Box 403
Brookfield, CT 06804-0403
(203) 775-0471
http://www.4spe.org

Earnings and Benefits

Earnings vary depending on the experience of the chemical engineer, the location, and the type of job. In 2004 chemical engineers earned a median salary of $76,770 per year. In 2005 those with a bachelor's degree earned an average starting salary of $53,813 per year. Chemical engineers with master's degrees earned an average starting salary of $57,260 per year. Those with doctoral degrees earned an average starting salary of $79,591. Benefits usually include paid holidays and vacations, health insurance, and pension plans.

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almost 6 years ago

Dear representative,





My name is (Dustin Bobo). I am a student at Lincoln High School, at Science & Engineering. I am currently in 10th grade and taking a class in principles of engineering. One of my first projects is to research a career in engineering of my interest. I am really interested in mechanical engineering. Reason why I would like to ask if you could please take a few minutes out of your busy schedule to briefly answer a few questions that I have for a professional such as yourself.



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over 6 years ago

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over 7 years ago

Awesome information. Be prepared to tackle engineering problems in fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mass transfer, reactor design, corrosion and economic cost effective. If you really like chemistry, don't go into chem.Eng. because chemistry plays only 1/5 role of the chemical engineer. However, if you like more than just titration and mixing solution in a beaker like the chemist, pick chem.eng. and you will be rewarded with the richness of this profession. Junior Chem.Eng student at Cal Poly Pomona.

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almost 9 years ago

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over 6 years ago

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over 7 years ago

I'm a freshman in UC Davis studying chemical engineer and I chose this because it covers research and construction. It's challenging. If you like math and science do it. It's like being a chemical architect with research... ish... Just be prepared to take 3 years of chemistry and about 2 years of math plus many engineering courses.

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almost 9 years ago

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about 9 years ago

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about 9 years ago

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about 6 years ago

hi, i will study chem eng in september in england. i have not a lot experience in physics lessons because i have not done any at school. i entered the university with maths and chem a level. not doing physics is what concerns me the most because i've read that chemistry plays a very small part in my course. IS this entirely true???

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about 6 years ago


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over 6 years ago

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almost 8 years ago

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almost 6 years ago

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almost 7 years ago

Hy,I have passed Chemical Engineering in 1989 but still have not appointed on a proper job.Are you or some one else help me to get a proper job in USA.I am working in refine sugar manufacturing industry since 1992.Now my designation is Production Manager but my earnings are only Rs.50,000. ie:555.55us dollers.In which I am un able to continue my daily life.If some one help me in this problem I will ever remain thank full to him.

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over 6 years ago

Hi, I done chemical engineering in 2009, currently i am working in production(non-ferrous metallurgy) industry (Sulphuric acid DCDA process), how to switch to R&D and what are the special qualifications required to find job in R&D.

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over 4 years ago

For the one who created this page thank u very much, such great info's. that u have shared.
Right now I am taking up BSChE at a University known for its Engineering Degrees in the Philippines and hopefully I will be graduating in the year 2016.
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almost 5 years ago

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over 5 years ago

Im doing a project for school and I would love to be in the chemical engineering field, but I dont know what all I need to take in oder to achieve my goal. I would like to know how I would be able to get a good job in the field and what responsibilities and duties are required within the field. Also is it best to have a master's degree in order to find a good job, and what promotions would be givin if I work under the supervision of a professional in the chemical field? I would really love to work in the chemical engineering field.

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almost 6 years ago

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about 6 years ago

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iam adil ahmed...chemical engineer...i have 2 years of exp...looking for pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals.

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over 6 years ago

i am a very proud chemical engineer and i want to be a manager in future so i have enrolled for masters degree in business administration. currently i am working as a materials engineer

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over 5 years ago

Hello



I am a degreed chemcial engineer accepting positions.



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BS Chemcal Engineer

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over 5 years ago

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almost 6 years ago

i am a chemical engineering student in chemical engineering (process stream) now i am 5th year student in Etiopia in bahir dar university(poly)(Africa).and i broud by being of a chemical engineering student. i need to advance with masters degree so, any body or orgination pls contribute to me to learn it.

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about 6 years ago

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over 5 years ago

23 year experience in cement companies production field,12 year as shift supervisor and shift engineer AT HELWAN CEMENT COMPANIES IN EGYPT , AT ASEC ARAB SWISS COMPANYIS IN EGYPT ,2 YEAR as shift engineer at quassim cement company in saudi arabia,4 year as refractory manager section at ASEC COMPANY IN EGYPT,2 year as pdoduction manager at packing plant section of HELWAN CEMENT COMPANIES in egypt,14 month as production engineer trainer for supervision of operation the raw,cement mill, kiln at WATTANIA HAEL SAID COMPANIES in YEMEN,one year as refractory charger engineer at MASS GORDUN COMPANY in SUDAN according to ARESCO COMPANY PROJECTS for the supervision of brick laying preheater,kiln,hot furnace of raw mill and castable of cement mill separator and the castable of all projects and supervision of external insulation of the cledding all pipes, cyclons.

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almost 4 years ago

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almost 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago

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almost 4 years ago

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almost 5 years ago

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over 4 years ago

I am meseret tesfay from Ethiopia and having Bsc degree in chemical engineering with 3 years expreanice in textile factory in the position of printing controller and supervioser.Then know i need to work in your company. Thanks

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almost 4 years ago

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about 4 years ago

I am meseret tesfaye from Ethiopia and having Bsc degree in chemical engineering with 3 years expreance in textile campany in position of supervisor so i need to work in your country.Thanks

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over 4 years ago

I am meseret tesfay from Ethiopia and having Bsc degree in chemical engineering with 3 years expreanice in textile factory in the position of printing controller and supervioser.Then know i need to work in your company. Thanks

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over 4 years ago

I am meseret tesfay from Ethiopia and having Bsc degree in chemical engineering with 3 years expreanice in textile factory in the position of printing controller and supervioser.Then know i need to work in your company. Thanks

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over 5 years ago

hi every im a grade9 learner at hillaria secondary skl im given a project about chamical eng . i wll be greatful if someone can help with the following questions 1;nature of work 2; kind and skill needed 3;right and responsibilities in the workplace which someone can help thnx

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almost 6 years ago

I am doing a project in my career class and need to ask questions about chemical engineering. If you are a worker in this work field could you please e-mail me. so i can interview you about your job.

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almost 6 years ago

this was very useful for my chemistry project and i found out that the job actually sounds kinda interesting

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11 months ago

this is wack

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over 2 years ago

i am from ethiopia i am chemical enginering student i went to new information about chemical enginering job please help me?

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over 3 years ago

Thank you very much for the elaboration on my chemical engineering career. Please how do I get to be recognised by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers body???