Chemical engineers use chemical processes to find innovative and creative ways to produce goods. Their payment median is $97,390, the lowest is $59,470, and the highest is $157,160. They work in an experiment lab to do their work. Their lab has a ton of machines and science tools needed for their complex job. To be this type of engineer you need to be able to keep track of your data, you have to be able to accept that your experiments may not work the first time, and before you get the job you have to take a ton of tests to be clarified for it. There will be a demand for this job in the future because things will keep needing to be improved no matter the time. You need a Bachelor's degree, complete a chemical internship, and complete relevant exams to be certified.
They will keep helping to improve and make things better that we use on a daily basis. I wouldn't want to do this as a career because I have other career plans. and that would not be what i want to study. But I still think more people should do this job because it is very interesting, but it is just not for me. Three additional facts people should know is that you have to learn to make products people use better, it takes a lot of patience, and it is not a popular job and it is very ignored ( not many people do it at all ).