The chemical engineering major has long been a coveted career choice for Australians, but the latest job figures suggest this is becoming more difficult.
The Bureau of Statistics’ National Accounts and Census of Jobs data shows that the proportion of graduates from the industry rose by almost half in the year to June.
But there are still many more graduates than graduates, and there are more graduates in each of the three engineering categories than there are graduates in the rest of the country.
The latest figures show that the most recent data shows only 7 per cent of graduates went on to the chemical engineering industry.
The jobs numbers show that this is despite a strong economy and a robust employment growth rate.
A strong economy with a large proportion of students going on to work in chemical engineering would be good news for the industry, and its recruiters.
It would also be good for the wider community.
The chemical industry has been hit hard by a downturn in the cost of energy and other major factors, as well as the global economic downturn, says the National Engineering Council.
But it has seen growth in recent years, as the manufacturing sector has struggled to recover from the global recession and the recovery from the economic downturn has been slow.
The industry is not a one-size-fits-all job, and some graduates are not happy with their choices.
But the latest jobs figures do show that many graduates in chemical Engineering are satisfied with their careers.
What are some of the most common types of job applicants?
Chemical engineers are often called chemical engineers because of their work on the synthesis of a chemical compound.
They often work in research labs or in the chemical industry’s research and development teams.
They also work in manufacturing and chemical engineering firms.
Chemical engineers are generally hired for their technical skills, but there are many different types of jobs in the industry.
There are chemical engineers, chemical engineers and mechanical engineers, and they work in various roles.
The most common job in chemical engineers is in the manufacturing of products that include fuel for chemical reactions, or chemical components for making products like fuel or fuel oils.
This is usually done in the laboratory or research lab, and usually involves the manufacture of a few chemicals, or the manufacture and processing of a number of different chemicals.
There is also a role for chemical engineers in the production of products like plastics and plastics composites, which can be used in building structures.
There’s also a part-time job in the factory as an industrial engineer.
There have also been job openings for chemical engineering graduates in research laboratories.
There also are chemical engineering programs at universities in Australia.
There was a rise in the number of students applying for this kind of work.
Some of these programs have been attracting students for years, and now have an increasing number of graduates.
But these are also highly selective programs.
There has also been a rise of graduates wanting to work as engineers in other industries, such as in healthcare and the education sector.
There may also be other career options, such in environmental engineering, or in environmental protection, or as environmental managers.
What can a chemical engineer do?
A chemical engineer may also have a role in the field of chemistry.
They may be involved in research or in research teams.
A chemical engineering degree can also be useful for an entry-level job, such for a graduate from a university.
These are also typically entry-year jobs that require a high level of technical knowledge and are not necessarily suited to someone in the public sector.
They are usually in the service industry.
In addition, many graduates work in the pharmaceutical industry.
Chemical engineering students are more likely to be from the South Australian, Northern Territory or Victorian regions.
The chemicals industry also has a large number of job vacancies in Australia, particularly for scientists, engineers and technicians.
But if you’re interested in applying for any of these, it may be worth contacting the department you’re applying to.
For more information on chemical engineering, read this report. ABC/AAP