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Chemical Engineering Jobs in Philadelphia, PA

Chemical Process Engineer (Manufacturing)


Mainland, PA

Field Service Engineer

Fedegari Technologies, Inc.

$55000 - $60000 / Per Year


Design Engineer, M.E.

Sales CEO, LLC

Aston, PA

Solution Engineer

Lumen Technologies, Inc


Design Engineer

Microwave Innovations, Inc.

Furlong, PA

Biological/Chemical Scientist/Engineer 1

CorTech LLC

Newark, DE

Field Engineer 4

CorTech LLC

New Castle, DE

Field Service Engineer

The Judge Group

Hamilton, NJ

Field Service Engineer


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Philadelphia Chemical Engineering Jobs Overview

Imagine a world without life-saving penicillin and other antibiotics. How about $40 for one gallon rather than a tankful of gas? Think of how many police officers and military troops would have perished without bullet-proof vests. What would you do if you had to iron all your clothes and eat all the mayonnaise and cheese in your fridge in one day? Chemical engineering jobs created solutions to all of these problems by combining our knowledge of chemistry, physics, and math to make our lives safer and easier.

Chemical engineers touch every part of our lives and well-being. They work in offices, laboratories, industrial plants, refineries, and other outdoor job sites. About 10% of chemical engineers work in research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences. Nearly that many (9%) work for engineering service firms. The other three areas employing the most chemical engineers are petroleum and coal manufacturing, wholesale trade, and pharmaceutical and medicine.

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About Working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia's population of more than 1.5 million people makes it the sixth largest city in the U.S. You may know the Philadelphia Museum of Art for its "Rocky steps," but the city is about more than Philly cheesesteaks and boxing. The City of Brotherly Love is also one of the oldest cities in the nation and is home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the National Constitution Center. Its downtown district is rich with restaurants, marketplaces, museums, and historic neighborhoods where you can dine at Bella Vista or bask in the centuries-old architecture in Logan Square. If you're ready to make Philadelphia your home, you can search for Philadelphia jobs on Monster.

With one of the largest workforces in the U.S., Philadelphia is a great place to find work. And the cost of living isn't so bad either. Even if you don't find that dream job in Philly, there are 18 Fortune 500 companies within an hour's drive of the city. You can also check out job opportunities in other Pennsylvania cities such as Reading, Allentown, and Lancaster.

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How Much Do Chemical Engineering Jobs Pay in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?

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