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Ceramic Engineering

Ceramic engineering is the technology of manufacturing and usage of ceramic materials. Many engineering applications benefit from ceramics characteristics as a material. The characteristics of ceramics have garnered attention from engineers across the world, including those in the fields: Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and many others. Highly regarded for being resistant to heat, ceramics can be used for many demanding tasks that other materials like Metal and Polymers can't.

Many educational institutions in the United States offer degrees in this field, examples being the New York State College of Ceramics located at Alfred University, and Rutgers University, and there are several in other countries. Some of these institutions are planning to change the names of their disciplines to "Materials science" or "Materials engineering".


Chemical Engineers
Wage: $91,000
10 Year Growth Rate: 7.9%
Self Employed: 1.9%
Unemployment Rate: 2.8%
Employed Part Time: 3.4%

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's degree
Electrical Engineers
Wage: $87,000
10 Year Growth Rate: 6.3%
Self Employed: 2.1%
Unemployment Rate: 1.8%
Employed Part Time: 2.0%

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's degree
Materials Engineers
Wage: $85,000
10 Year Growth Rate: 4.0%
Self Employed: 0.0%
Unemployment Rate: 3.0%
Employed Part Time: 3.2%

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's degree
Mechanical Engineers
Wage: $80,000
10 Year Growth Rate: 4.2%
Self Employed: 2.2%
Unemployment Rate: 2.0%
Employed Part Time: 1.9%

Education Requirements:
Bachelor's degree