Which engineering consultant will be the next to walk away from their jobs?

Chemical engineer salaries for 2016 are expected to be £1.3m lower than last year. 

 It’s not just the engineering consulting sector which is struggling. 

The financial services industry is suffering, with average annual earnings of £1m less than in 2016. 

It means that there are some jobs that are now worth less than they were in 2015. 

We asked the Engineering Finance Association to give us a list of the top 10 lowest-paid engineering consultants for 2016.

The first one to fall out of the Top 10 was Chemical Engineer, with a £500,000 salary. 

This is down from £6m in 2015, but a substantial £4.5m increase in the last 12 months. 

There’s also a huge fall in the number of people who earn over £10m, down from 1,700 to 700. 

These are some of the key changes. 

Chemicals and Chemicals Engineering  The number of chemical engineers increased by 9.5% last year to 7,749. 

That means there are now 790 people earning more than £10,000 per year.

The Chemical Engineer is now earning a salary of £6,000 more than it did in 2015 – a £2,200 increase on £4,500. 

However, there are also a lot more people earning over £20,000, up from 1.2 million to 1.3 million. 

Some people in the engineering sector are being paid significantly more than they should be. 

For example, Chemical Engineer Richard Lee, who has a salary from £3,000 to £4 in 2015 and is now paid £5,000 and up, is being paid £6.5 million by the Association. 

A new law will mean that chemical engineers in the UK will earn a minimum wage of £16,000 a year from 2020, which will make the gap between what the industry earns and the salary of the best engineers a big one. 

Richard Lee was paid £4 million by his company in 2015The biggest rise in salaries is at the Chemicals and Chemical Engineering. 

Last year, Chemistry Engineering received £3.5 billion from the UK government, which is down by £300 million, or 14%. 

This means the gap from the industry to the government has increased by £200 million or 25%. 

The average salary for a Chemical Engineer in 2016 is £4million. 

But even if we only look at the chemical engineering sector, the pay gap has widened in other sectors as well. 

As you can see, the number one industry that is losing jobs in the chemical industry is the oil and gas industry. 

In the last two years, the average annual salary of a Chemical Engineering Professional has gone down by more than 6%. 

As a result, the salary for Chemicals Engineer salaries has fallen by £6million.

So, what can we do about this? 

There are a few things we can do. 

First, we can make sure we have good training and a pay structure that is fair to all people. 

If you’re an engineer and you’re not doing well, it’s time to start looking at your career options. 

Second, the Government needs to fund engineering research, and that means hiring more scientists and engineers to work on projects to support our health, safety and environmental responsibilities. 

Third, we need to be making it easier for young people to get into engineering. 

Engineers are the people who can deliver the biggest jobs, so it’s important to get the best talent from around the world. 

Fourth, we need to get more people into engineering, as it’s a great career choice. 

Finally, if you’re looking to leave your profession, then it’s crucial to have a plan for when and where you’ll be able to leave. 

Hopefully this list will give you some ideas on where to look for a career. 

Have you had a career change in the past year? 

If so, which of the following would you like to share with us? 

We will also be publishing the next five years of engineering salaries for those people in our data in the next few weeks.