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CPI Workforce: Filling the gaps Scott Jenkins

By: Jenkins, Scott
Subject(s): Mercado laboral en ingeniería | Oferta laboral en ingeniería | Salarios en ingeniería In: Chemical engineering Vol.121, No.11, 2014: páginas 17-21Abstract: An increasingly tight labor market for engineers in the chemical process industries (CPI) is pushing salaries for engineers higher, while a strengthening wave of retirements is driving efforts in several communities to address the gaps in experience and education. Data from several sources, including a survey by Chemical Engineering, indicate that average salaries for engineers in the CPI continued to climb in 2014 (see sidebar, "CPI-related salary data, below).
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Holdings: Chemical engineering Vol.121, No.11, 2014: páginas 17-21

An increasingly tight labor market for engineers in the chemical process industries (CPI) is pushing salaries for engineers higher, while a strengthening wave of retirements is driving efforts in several communities to address the gaps in experience and education. Data from several sources, including a survey by Chemical Engineering, indicate that average salaries for engineers in the CPI continued to climb in 2014 (see sidebar, "CPI-related salary data, below).

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