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#18: Petroleum & Chemical Process Engineer
Petroleum engineers conduct studies for new oil and gas fields, oversee drilling operations, and sometimes develop production equipment. They’ll see employment by not just energy companies, but also research institutes and the government. Chemical engineers are included in this category, and develop processes that turns raw material into product. They may work in energy, the food industry and more.
|Salary Growth (2010–2016):||+14%|
|Total Employees in Canada:||11,000|
|Change in No. of Employees (2010–2016):||-16%|