It seems that chemical engineers graduating with a bachelor’s degree this spring are leaving other majors in the dust. According to NACE—National Association of Colleges and Employers—ChemEs top the list with a salary of…Read the rest of this entry »
Salaries and Benefits for Chemical Engineers
See posts related to the current state of salaries and benefits for people working in the field of chemical engineering.
CEP (Chemical Engineering Progress) will publish their next biennial salary survey (of AIChE members) in the June, 2011 issue. As in the 2009 AIChE Salary Survey, you’ll learn about average salaries, starting salaries, salaries based on education level, and many more important discoveries to help assess your situation. Look for […]Read the rest of this entry »
The financial crisis has altered people’s thinking about retirement. This report shows a shift in the responsibility of managing retirement plans from employer to employee. Pensions are already starting to be known as a thing of the past in many industries.
AIChE’s biennial salary survey will be out in the June […]Read the rest of this entry »
CEP’s (Chemical Engineering Progress) biennial salary survey is presented in the June 2011 issue. Look for it in print, on AIChE.org/CEP, or on a future post here. In addition to questions about facts, figures, and demographic data, respondents were asked three open-ended questions. The most interesting of them was…Read the rest of this entry »
Cover Story: 2011 AIChE Salary Survey
Chemical engineering salaries have remained stable over the last two years at a median of $110,000. Average starting salaries have risen to nearly $66,900. This article provides basic salary data. AIChE members can obtain an expanded version, with additional information and tables and more detail, […]