Rigzone | Valerie Jones
According to CSI Recruiting, salaries and jobs across the E&P sector are increasing in 2018.
U.S. drilling activity has been in an upswing and with that comes the need for more workers. Some areas, such as Midland, can’t find people fast enough to keep up with demand. But for many upstream oil and gas professionals, this is a good problem to have – there’s finally hiring in the oil patch. “It’s been fascinating to see how the industry has changed … the industry is doing a decent job of replacing talent with new graduates – maybe not at the pace it needs to – but it’s happening,” Jeff Bush, president of CSI Recruiting, told Rigzone.
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- The U.S. Becomes an Oil Economy August 13, 2018
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Sanchez Energy News
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- Sanchez Energy Announces 2017 Analyst Day January 17, 2017
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