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In recent world economy crisis, oil & gas and Chemical Processing industries have partly affected by this crisis. So far Chemical engineer is categorized as one of high-income-level position among all top engineering profession. How recent world economy crisis has affected the income as Chemical engineer ? You may also wonder how annual income of a chemical engineer change from year to year to 2009 ?

ChemicalProcessing.com has conducted annual salary survey from 2005, to 2009. Survey show that average salaries have steadily increased from 2005 to 2009. Average salaries started with $85,234 in 2005, increased to $89,690 in 2006, $90,038 in 2007, $95,231 in 2008 and lately $107,804 in 2009. However, the average pay raise was down slightly, 4.23% compared to the 5.06% reported in 2008. Details of these surveys may refer to :
Above surveys indicated that our industry still remain strong in present economy downturn.

Thanks to Ken Schnepf, Managing Editor of Chemical Processing.

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Blogger The Christian Man said...

Thanks for taking the time to point out the average salary. It makes the job search much easier.

April 27, 2009 at 11:24 AM  

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