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Your guide to become a Chemical Engineer in Malaysia

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Who is a Chemical Engineer?

Chemical engineers are involved in the design, modification and operation of processes to produce the things we rely on everyday such as petrol, chocolate, petrol, cosmetics, electricity, cars, aspirin, the list is endless.

Chemical engineers are involved in the design, modification and operation of processes to produce the things we rely on everyday such as petrol, chocolate, petrol, cosmetics, electricity, cars, aspirin, the list is endless. Some chemical engineers also develop solutions to environmental problems, such as pollution control and remediation.

Chemical engineers are involved in the design, modification and operation of processes to produce the things we rely on everyday such as petrol, chocolate, petrol, cosmetics, electricity, cars, aspirin, the list is endless. Some chemical engineers also develop solutions to environmental problems, such as pollution control and remediation.

The pros & cons of being a Chemical Engineer:

Pros

Work is available in various industries

Average salary is high

Clear career progression espcially those with experience

Cons

Exposure to health hazards (hazardous chemicals)

Some jobs may require postgraduate qualification

Long working hours or tight deadlines

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