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Abstract of the Report – Field Report

Description of the field (Field Report)
A material engineer’s job ranges from devolving new materials too using those same materials in manufacturing. There are many types of material engineers including ceramic, chemical, composites, glass, industrial minerals, metals, plastics, polymers, rubber, and textile engineers. With 60% of material engineers working in factories………… another benefit too a material engineer is there salary which at average is 87,790 and expected to rise by 3.6%. Areas of specialization

A material engineer is a very diverse job which includes ceramic, chemical, composites, glass, industrial minerals, metals, plastics, polymers, rubber, and textile engineers. But engineering new materials is only one aspect of a material engineer, many work in factories overseeing production……….

Job prospects
Material engineers are very important for our modern day, inventing stronger better materials, and process to manufacture more efficiently. This makes material engineers more crucial in coming years, and it is expected that the salary for material engineers will increase by 3.6%. also the employment rate for material engineers is also going up from 24,00 jobs to (Need #) in upcoming years.

Where this type of engineer might work
A material engineer works in many different environments from the lab to the factory. The work place of a material engineer depends on his/her area of specialization. (need to add on too)

Expected salary ranges
A material engineers average salary is 86,7900 a year (No idea where to go from here)

Duties and responsibilities of this type of engineer
There are many responsibilities of a material engineer and they all depend on there specialization in the field of material engineering. The most common responsibilities are, supervising or doing tests on materials to test quality, plan lab operations to develop a new material, or use...
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