There are various occupations and industries that a chemical engineer can work in, including manufacturing, food, energy, agriculture, electronics, and pharmaceuticals among others.
The number of responsibilities that a chemical engineer can handle depends on his or her industrial specialization, expertise and experience.
The major responsibility in this career is creating solutions that meet industry-specific needs and solve problems using appropriate chemistry-related principles.
A chemical engineer can also employ other scientific disciples for this purpose such as chemistry, biology, and mathematics. He or she can also monitor and supervise manufacturing processes, troubleshoot industry-related problems, and engage in research and development of new products and processes.