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A degree in Chemical Engineering will open up a wide range of employment avenues for you. You could go into manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, health care, pulp and paper, design and construction, petrochemicals, food processing, polymers, biotechnology, environmental health and safety, energy, electronics, nanotechnology, advanced materials and many other fields.
Chemical Engineers work in laboratories, plants, and offices. There are jobs available in research, design, development, manufacturing, optimization, teaching, and consulting.
Some career paths you could choose from:
Chemical Process Industries (CPI) : Designing and operating reactors, processes, and systems to combine, transport, separate, and recycle chemicals. Examples of CPIs are agricultural chemicals, catalysts, specialty chemicals, paints/varnishes/lacquers/paper coatings, pigments and inks, petrochemicals, plastics/synthetic resins/composites, polymers, pulp and paper, rubber, soaps/detergents/perfumes, synthetic fibers, textiles and coatings.
Biotechnology : Using living cells, cell materials and biological techniques to produce antibiotics, insulin, recombinant DNA, artificial organs, techniques for medical, environmental and nutritional improvements, among other things.
Food and Drugs : Processing, preparation, packaging and preservation of food, beverages and pharmaceuticals. This industry needs Chemical Engineers to design new products to meet consumer demand and improve performance and quality.
Advanced Materials : Chemical Engineers are employed in the Aerospace, Automotive, Electronics, Minerals and Imaging sectors to design and control production of advanced polymers, ceramics and hybrid materials for improved performance.
Environment, Health and Safety : Every process involving chemicals produces some by-products, and Chemical Engineers control these variables through process monitoring and control, efficient and safe process design, waste treatment, environmental impact studies, etc.
Fuel and Energy : Production and refining of petroleum and petrochemical products, as well as nuclear and synthetic fuels. Chemical Engineers are also instrumental in developing alternate energy sources.
Electronics : Chemical Engineers are involved in materials development and production, process control equipment and algorithm design, in the manufacture of microchips and integrated circuit, and in producing components that efficiently dissipate heat and electromagnetic signals.
Process Design and Construction : Chemical Engineers help build facilities and specialty operations, and design and troubleshoot processes to make sure the chemical operations are safe and efficient.
Government, Business, Law : Chemical Engineers can use their technical training to join government agencies, business, patent law, insurance, industrial finance, and publishing. Some U.S. Government employers are the Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Navy, NASA, the Department of Agriculture, and the Patent and Trademark Office.
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