I am only 17 and I'll be receiving my Associate's Degree in Process Technology this December. I was wondering if there are any chemical plants (Shell, DOW, Valero, Exxon) who hire 17 year old hopefuls a job in the Petroleum/Chemical Industry. I won't be 18 till June, but I want to work as soon as I graduate, so I could finance my continuing education.
Good paying jobs (which increase men's overall average pay) like electricians; construction workers; offshore riggers; chemical, petroleum, nuclear and power plant operators; power, communications, gas and water line technicians; firefighters and police officers...
Or could it be that most women are OK with letting men do these dangerous, dirty and difficult jobs?
Yes, Hannah. And women tend to choose less dangerous, less dirty and less difficult jobs. You haven't answered the question.
My husband was invited to test at a local Chemical plant in order to get an operator position. From people we have talked to in the past they have said the first thing you do is take a mechanical aptitude test, but as far as being able to describe what kind of things are on it, nobody remembers. Does anyone have any specifics that we should be practicing on?
I would like to work for a plant, preferably making $20 an hour or more. Job security and high demand is also important to me. What would be a good trade for me to get?
There is a power plant being built close to my home and i might be interested in working there. I just finished high school and am ready to go to college. The only problem is, what courses do you take to work there?
Is it alot of cubicle work? What are the hours like? I heard that Chemical Engineering is a great field but it's hard to move up after a certain point, is this true?
Im applying for a job in a chemical plant as an operator and wanted to see what it would be like frmo the people that work there already. Can you tell me what its like and maybe how the interview process goes
I'm looking for a job in the industrial part of Houston. I think many of those jobs pay over $30,000 per year and don't require any college, but they train you on the job. Can someone please tell me where I can find a job like this? and how can I do it? Is it easy to get an industrial-type job?
I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I am looking to major in Chemical Engineering and I wanted to know what some Chemical Engineers do, and how likely it is to get a job right now and the outlook for four years from now. Thanks
Just wondering, what are some jobs in Agriculture that aren't farming?
I am thinking of going into a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering course at University, but I'd like to know a little more about where it leads.
What kind of places would I be working in? Are there many job opportunities? Is the pay alright? Would I work out in industry, or I could find a job in a capital city?
Thanks guys :)
I'm about to send my resume to a prospective employer, but there's this job in my past of which I'm not sure if I should mention it. The job I want is in Chemistry, as a process operator. The job I am thinking of leaving out is Cashier at a supermarket. My first job. It's an irrelevant kind of work experience, isn't it? Especially compared to my second and current job, process operator at another chemical plant.
Should I leave it out, or include it anyway?
I want to go to school to become a large animal veterinarian but incase it doesn't work out my mom wants me to have a back up plan. I want to stay in the agriculture field and still be able to work with animals but I don't know what other jobs are available. I want to work with the horses, cows, pigs, chicken, and all the farm animals if possible. If I cant make it into vet school, I may consider becoming an agriculture teacher but it doesn't pay well. If anyone knows of other job options please let me know! thanks!
Okay, I'm in 11th grade! Well, I wanna go to the University of Florida! Go Gators ;) I was just wondering what kinda of jobs I can get in Agriculture? I know what categories there is but can you please name types of jobs and explain what the mean and little words not being words haha! Thanks it means a lot!
I would really like to work on pilot plant operations and I enjoy working in a plant with my hard head, ear plugs, and safety glasses on, but if I were asked why I like field work, how should I answer this question in an interview?
I am looking for good, professional answers...please help
Or would I need to get a degree in nuclear engineering?
Can yall number from highest paying to lowest paying thank you!
I wont have a masters, just a bachelors, until i get into med school.... what is available?
I'm a Chemical Engineer fresh out of college and I couldn't find a job. I took a job with a local Ethanol plant, but they wouldn't give me an engineering job. Instead they hired me as basically an operator, and paying me $28k a year. This is a far cry from the average entry level pay of $65k. I have the opportunity to apply to an engineering job, but I'm worried the fact i've only worked there 1 month will look bad. What do you think?