Chemical Engineer by Josie bevins | 2nd Period

Type of Work

Chemical engineers do work like refining gasoline, purifying drinking water, treating waste, recovering raw materials, and producing and processing food.


The starting salary of a chemical engineer is $67,585 and can come up to $97,360.

Working Conditions

Where you work as a chemical engineer depends on the job you are doing. Chemical engineers normally work indoors. They mostly work in offices or labs. Chemical engineers work alone or with others, again, depending on the job you're doing.

Job Responsibilities

Chemical engineers design, construct, and maintain the equipment that replicates labratory chemical process on commercial sales.

Job Outlook

The demand for chemical engineers depends mostly on the demand for the products that they produce.


To become a chemical engineer, you need to have a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering.



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