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Chemical Engineers in the Rail Industry

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Summary: Although the rail industry has traditionally been a major employer of engineers, It does not appear to be the obvious place to practice chemical engineering. However, the same can said of the City and management consulting where Chemical Engineers are much sought after, over and above other engineering disciplines. This is because Chemical Engineers are trained in skills that are not instilled into the other engineering disciplines. These skills will be the subject of the discussion

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