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Chemical engineers are highly skilled experts who specialize in using raw materials to create a wide range of useful products, from plastics to medicines and petrochemicals. These specialist engineers work in diverse industries including but not limited to food and drink, toiletries, oil and gas, energy, plastics, and pharmaceuticals. Their exact tasks at work depend on the industry they are working in and the type of products they are responsible for developing.
Obtaining a bachelor's degree is just the first step towards becoming a chemical engineer. This could be in chemical, environmental, biomedical, nuclear or process engineering or in a related field such as applied chemistry. A master's degree will open up more exciting job opportunities as well as a higher starting salary. Chemical engineers must be creative and have strong IT, analytical, project management, and problem-solving skills. They must also have a thorough understanding of mathematical applications and engineering principles.
Prospective employers will want to know if you have had any work experience. If you've done an internship, that will count as work experience. At the interview, they will ask you questions about your interest in this particular field and why you think you are a good fit for the role. They will also ask you about your career goals and where you see yourself a few years from now. Don't let any of their questions off-guard. You can be better prepared for the interview by going to Mock Questions and thinking about how you will answer the interview questions listed there.