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Unless you've been living under a rock somewhere, you
are aware that since the summer of 2013, the
offshore oil rig job industry has been in a serious down
cycle. It is estimated that around 440,000 decent, hard
working, dependable rig personnel got laid off from
various companies around the world.
This industry has operated on boom or bust cycles every
since it's inception back
early 30's, so it's nothing new. That's just the
way the oilfield rolls.
It looks like we are beginning the upswing cycle from
the last downturn. What
industry recruiters are finding
is that a large majority of the
that were laid off will not
be returning to the oilfield. After they got their pink
slips, they didn't just sit around waiting to get
rehired. They found other jobs, vocations, careers,
business interests and early retirement.
number of them will not be returning to their previous
This provides a great opportunity for you. As the
industry slowly comes out it's last slump, there
will be more and more oilfield job opportunities
available. My purpose in operating this site is to equip
you with the tools and knowledge necessary to get one of
these high paying jobs.
There is no shortage of web sites and youtube videos
talking about getting hired and working on an
oil rig. Most of these sites are very thorough in their
presentations. However, for the serious job seeker,
there are two obvious problems:
It's easy to get overwhelmed about where to start
and what to apply for, especially if you are an
entry level type person with no previous experience.
Regardless of who you apply with, the first question
you will usually hear from a recruiter is "Do you have any prior
offshore experience?" If the answer is YES, you are
usually "In like Flint". If the answer is NO, then
you have just encountered your first road block.
Many times people have been stopped dead in their
tracks because they did not know how to overcome
this. Hopefully I can give you some pointers that
will get you past this initial roadblock.
Another major drawback I discovered in using the web
to find employment in this industry is the lack of a
"personal touch". There are a lot of great sites out
there, but when you try and get in touch with a
human, it's a different story. I am always available
to answer your questions and/or concerns in a timely
I spent most of my adult working life in the
oilfields of the world, both in the US and overseas.
When I first started, I had no prior experience
whatsoever. If you've never worked
in "the patch", this will
be your biggest barrier to getting the job you want.
There are ways to overcome this, and I am more than
happy to share them with you.
While I traveled the world on various types of drilling
vessels, I had the brilliant idea of taking my many
years of experience and writing a
Through the feedback of thousands of
seekers like yoursel, this valuable but hard to find information has
come together in a way that is easy to read, easy to
understand and provides the following helpful
- Training and Advancement Programs
- Schools that Specialize in Oilfield
- Work Schedules
- Domestic and Overseas Opportunities
- Available Positions
- Entry Level Opportunities
- How to Apply & What to Apply For
- Reporting for the Interview
- Prior Military
- Women In The
- THIS AND MUCH MORE!
With your OK, I'm going
to send you a FREE COPY that will open your
some exciting and very rewarding
The current publication has been
updated and refined many times over and continues to be
a leader in providing the latest about oilfield employment. We've just recently
added a chapter about employment opportunities in the
fast growing wind power industry.
The good news is that I will provide this to you
FREE with your
completed registration at this site. Your
allows recruiters who
are searching for personnel to contact you,
providing you have the qualifications they are looking
for. Sign up today and get your FREE copy!
Thanks and have a blessed day!