2015 Salary Survey: Readers Speak Out On Salary And Satisfaction

Annual survey results indicated improved outlook.

Amanda Joshi, managing editor
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If the numbers are any indication, the chemical processing industry is on an upswing. Our annual state-of-the-industry report from the American Chemistry Council forecasts moderate growth for the next several years. This is good news for chemical engineers — most participants in our 2015 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey seem to agree. “This industry will be the future for manufacturing within the U.S.,” exclaimed one respondent. A total of 1,247 people participated in this year’s survey. We asked everything from annual salary earned to bonus information to likes and dislikes about the job. Readers gave us great insight into what it’s like to work in the…

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