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At my school, the honors chemistry students have to create mock soap companies that compete with each other to produce the best soap. Before the companies were formed, we had to apply for positions within the company. I applied to be a chemical engineer (one of two positions that actually got to make the soap). My chemistry teacher wants us to interview an individual who has had experience with a job similar to our own. Therefore, I would greatly appreciate if a Chemical Engineer could answer the following questions: 1. How long have you been a chemical engineer? 2. What made you decide to become a chemical engineer? 3. How long did you go to school? 4. Do you enjoy working as a chemical engineer? 5. Did your job turn out the way you thought it would while you were in college? 6. Who do you work for? 7. What are some of your usual job responsibilities? 8. Is there anything you donít like about your career? 9. What are some of the things you have discovered or made? 10. Have there been any major advances in chemical engineering in the past couple of years? 11. How has your understanding of chemistry affected the way you view the chemicals used in everyday life? Thanks for taking the time to answer these!
Re: I'd like to get Chemical Engineer Interview
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