List of Industrial Engineering Salaries Worldwide – Interesting Engineering

Industrial Engineering is one of the engineering career paths that attract thousands of students from all over the world. It promises not only knowledge acquisition but also hands-on techniques and practical processes that students can use in actual settings. Industrial engineering students learn about product manufacturing, designs, production of goods, and even business processes among others.
By learning and applying process and project management best practices, as well as development theories, and other lean systems and processes, a graduate in industrial engineering can land a great paying job as a professional industrial engineer.
Any profession in the engineering industry is promising in general. In other words, industrial engineering is a promising career with a promising salary.
To prove that, here’s a list of 20 countries that pay their engineers well.
These are the 20 countries that pay industrial engineers well. If there are countries that pay well for industrial engineering jobs, there are also those that pay low. One of these countries is the Philippines, which pays its industrial engineers an average of PHP 232,699 per annum. Lowest is at PHP 15,000 and the highest is at PHP 474,000.
The economy of each country is one contributing factor to how much industrial engineering salary one gets, or any other profession, in general. Another factor is the cost of living. If the cost of living is low, then a salary considered to be low for others may be high enough for everyone living in that particular country. How much is paid to an industrial engineer also depends on what types of work he/she handles and skills he/she can bring to the table.
Petroleum engineers are always top of the list when it comes to the highest salary. They are paid an entry-level salary of $74,240 in the U.S. and once they’ve had experiences and have reached the middle of their career, they can demand an average salary of $132,320. On the high and experienced side, they can raise their rates up to $186,520.
It is the job of a petroleum engineer to discover where oil and gas are located. Once they do, they then work to get that oil and gas and turn those into usable and/or reusable energies. But in order to accomplish the goal of extracting oil & gas, they must design and build the right equipment or devices. They will need to test those devices once they are built. Then, when the devices are ready, the process of extractions begin.
Students who have doubts about whether or not the engineering industry is right for them should take a look at some of the best engineers who made it big in their professions. 
Observe how they did it and follow through. The above three people’s life stories have been published and read many times.
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