Career Opportunities in the Oil & Gas Industry: How to apply for oil and gas jobs, drilling jobs, offshore jobs, and many more
US is reeling under recession; so are the UK, Germany, Japan, China, France, Italy, Spain, Norway, Australia, Canada and most other states. The cut down of interest rates was a part of a plan to bring the recession under control. Oil barrel prices touched $40 and have fluctuated around 40-50 $ mark for a quite some time.
The low oil prices has created a tricky situation for the industry. It has an effect on oil and gas employment in the USA, UK, Norway and all other oil producing countries.
For those of you, who are aiming for employment in the oil and gas industry, make sure that you have what’s needed to handle the responsibility. As per the job profile, the requirements of the employee will be different, hence be ready for the challenge. Employees, or potentials candidates for oil and gas jobs, having experience have added advantage.
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It is very important to evaluate ones soundness before venturing out in the oil and gas sector. Since most of the jobs in oil and gas, especially offshore ones, can be rigorous. Hence, companies opt for those who are physically in good shape. Therefore, comprehensive physical tests are very much a part of hiring process. Moreover, most of the jobs in petroleum sector involve long working schedules in faraway places such as oilrigs or refineries or some other institutions. Those who look for these jobs should not be subject to homesickness, as independent natured personals are the ones who succeed in this sector.
Those, who are gearing up for the employment in oil and gas sector in the US have something to cheer about. The entry-level jobs can yield more than $50,000 annually. The posts in professional as well as technical sections can get around (or more!) $220,000 annually. All oil companies provide good amenities for the employees, so there is no need for you to be worried. Gymnasium, free meals, accessibility to television, and many other magnificent facilities are awaiting you, especially for those who got drilling jobs and are going to work on oil rigs.
In oil and gas industry, experience means a lot. The companies vie for luring workers with immense experience, particularly those who worked in oilrigs. Even if you do not have much experience working in oilrigs, there is no reason for you to give up. The entry-level employment opportunities are aplenty with fascinating pay packets. Posts at the entry level can be springboard for higher positions with accumulation of experience in this oil and gas industry. In this boom period, you can do yourself a favor if apply for employment opportunities in this industry, you are in fact ,doing a favor for your career as with time you can climb up the ladder as the possibilities are enormous.
With the astounding career opportunities in the oil and gas sector, more and more people are vying for petroleum employment opportunities. Employment opportunities in oil and gas sector in US come up with amazing remuneration packages along with superb living conditions. Apply for your job before someone else takes up the high paid positions. Oil-Offshore-Marine.Com can help you find what you need. Create a FREE account now to search for oil jobs and apply online using our oil recruitment portal
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How to tell if a company is real or not? How to determine if
a job offer is genuine or not?
There are several methods you can use to determine whether a recruiter or employer is real, and acting in good faith. Generally speaking, if you are made a job offer by a company to whom you never applied before and, still, they make you a job offer without even having interviewed you, that is a clear job scam. But let's see some possible scenarios:
a) First of all, look at the web address from which the pretended recruiter or employer send the email. For instance, let's you get an email from "Shell UK ", but when you look in the From: field, you see this "Shell UK" - "email@example.com". If this is the case, it is clearly a job scam. Why? Because real companies, acting in good faith never use free email providers (such as Yahoo!, AOL, MSN, GMAIL and so forth).
b) Second, let's say you get an email from a so called Xaturnico Oil Company. The email comes from "Xaturnico" - "firstname.lastname@example.org". So far so good, there are high chances that the company exists, and the domain name (xaturnico.com) matches the company's name, Xaturnico. Also, the domain xaturnico.com is valid, working, uploaded on hosting and the company has a web presence (no "currently under construction" appears). Now you need to dig further - read the email, see what they are saying. If they use fancy words, and make you a job offer with a very high salary comparing to your current salary or to the market rates, or if they are asking for an advance payment (either by PayPal, check, wire transfer or other form), or if they are asking you to forward them any personal information (such as credit card information, bank account details, etc), that is a job scam! DO NOT send them any payment, and do not provide them with any personal information.
c) Third, let's assume you get an email fro Wakutty Oil. The email comes from "Wakutty Oil" - "email@example.com". There are high chances that the company exists, and the domain name (wakutty.com) matches the company's name, Wakutty. Also, the domain wakutty.com is valid, working, uploaded on hosting and the company has a web presence (no "currently under construction" appears). They are rather smooth, they don't ask anything from you, you exchange emails with them, everything is ok, then, after 2 weeks (or, if they are very patient, after 2 months), they suddenly say they need an advance payment (either by Paypal, check, wire transfer or other form), or they are asking you to forward them your personal information (such as credit card information, bank account details, etc), that is, yes, a job scam. DO NOT send them any payment, and do not provide them with any personal information.
d) In order to gain your trust, these scammers / fake companies might even say they need your medical information, previous employment status, and so forth. Do not disclose this information to anyone you do not know and whom you cannot check (either in person or by official ways).
e) There are other scenarios we have yet to hear of. Stay cautious! Email us if you hear of anything new, so we can put it here and benefit others.
f) You can also contact us and ask for a FREE analysis of the job offer / the company making the job offer.
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