I am in the process of researching different engineering that best suits me. I love chemistry, physics, astronomy, and space exploration. I have also played the game Outlast: Whistleblower, where the protagonist is a software engineer who has to escape an insane asylum wherein a greedy, shady corporation tests nanotechnology on the less fortunate, which leads to everything backfiring and leading to several horrendous deaths, while the protagonist is hounded by the crazy enemies who wants to outright kill him or his supervisor who wants to keep everything in-house by also wanting to kill him.
So I am very concerned if my career choice narrows down to just working with shady, unethical large chemical companies who have numerous complaints against them, both from inside and outside of their organization. I am scared that a large, greedy corporation who only cares about the bottom line will only use me for my knowledge and intelligence, then discards me when they see fit or blackmails me into doing unethical things.
What other careers or jobs can I get into with chemical engineering that won't harm people or the planet and will lead humans to a better future?