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Biochemical Engineers

Employment Prospects


Approximately 19,800 biomedical engineers and nearly 33,900 chemical engineers are employed in the United States. Many biochemical and chemical engineers work in manufacturing industries and scientific, research, and development services. They also work for federal and state government agencies and colleges and universities. Job opportunities for biochemical engineers’ services depend on the demand for the products of various manufacturing industries. Biochemical engineers who keep up with advances in the field improve their job prospects.

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