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Soaring Salaries Mean Positive Futures in Oil and Gas Jobs

by:Wingoil     2020-10-24
As the country plummets further into debt, millions of people are feeling the pinch on their wage packets with many taking cuts just to stay in employment. However, for anyone considering applying for jobs in the energy sector, the news is not all bad. Hays Oil and Gas have recently confirmed in their Salary Guide for 2012, that salaries are continuing to soar within the energy industry, making it one of the most lucrative and rewarding sectors in the employment market. This is excellent news for both professionals wanting to further their career and graduates who are just starting out. There is certainly a gap in the market for energy sector professionals, whether they are looking for either temporary or permanent contracts in the UK or abroad. Although there are currently thousands of vacancies across a wide spectrum of job types, drilling and exploration roles are increasing at great speed. As the need to discover new energy sources rises, so too do the financial rewards that come with these positions. It is estimated that in 2012, the average wage for workers in oil and gas jobs is approximately $80,000. As a retirement wave has beguns to sweep across the energy industry, experienced professionals are becoming even more sought after to fill highly paid positions. Not only are industry giants promising significant salaries but additional benefits such as extensive holidays, overseas travel, pensions and accommodation make the remuneration packages extremely attractive. As countries across the globe vie for a share in oil production, more and more oil and gas jobs are opening up abroad. Brazil, China, Norway and Australia are just a few of the countries that are undertaking large projects and seeking to employ experts in the appropriate fields. So when will the oil boom come to an end and take a nosedive from its existing status? Not for the foreseeable future at least. There are a number of companies recruiting for energy and pharmaceutical jobs which have seen a continued growth in the number of positions available and the high salaries on offer. It is because of the perpetual demand to place staff into oil and gas jobs that such companies are able to succeed through the econmic downturn. From long-term positions to shorter contracts, there is a vast range of energy industry jobs throughout all phases of projects and they are able to offer applicants large salaries.
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