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Chemical engineers' pay in the rise
5:18pm Monday 9th July 2012 in Business
CHEMICAL engineers in the North West have seen a four per cent salary increase since 2010, according to new data published by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
The results also show that chartered chemical engineers significantly benefit from their status.
Nationally, a chartered chemical engineer in their 30s will earn around £10,000 more than a non-chartered counterpart in the same age group.
Professionals with chartered status in the North West are reaching a median salary of £60,000, whereas non-chartered employees, despite the increase, are reporting a median salary of £50,000, £3,000 less than the national average for non- chartered chemical engineers.
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