Oil & gas industry expecting to create more jobs

The oil and gas industry expects more new jobs to be created than lost over the next twelve months, according to newly published research from NES Global Talent and oilandgasjobsearch.com. If true, it’ll be the first time since 2014 the industry has had a net increase in jobs.

It is estimated that 440,000 jobs have been cut in the oil and gas sector worldwide since oil prices crashed in 2014. Since July 2017 however, the price of oil has stabilized, and the new survey from recruiters NES Global and oilandgasjobsearch.com shows that almost 90 percent of employers expect staffing levels to either increase or remain the same in 2018.
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