How You Can Get Jobs in Oil and Gas

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The world currently uses about 87 million barrels of oil per day. That requires a lot of people to do jobs in the oil industry. This article explores how you can get a job in the offshore oil industry.

There may be thousands of vacancies in the oil industry that needs to be filled at this very moment. The oil industry is busy these days and new applicants and experienced people are in demand. If you have previously worked on an offshore oil rig before, the chances are that you will get a job without any problems. If you have never worked offshore before, you can now take advantage of valuable jobs in oil and gas.

You should complete your curriculum vitae in a manner that gives the impression that you are already familiar with the oil industry. If you apply for jobs in oil and gas the wrong way, then your resume or curriculum vitae may not even be looked at.

You may avoid the following common mistakes that people make when looking for a job offshore.

Mistake #1: They apply to offshore oil companies in exactly the same way as they would do for a regular job on land.

Mistake #2: They think that their cover letter is less important than the rest of their resume or curriculum vitae.

Mistake #3: They think that they do not need any help to get a job on an offshore oil rig.

Mistake #4: Many people try to get a job at a level that they believe they deserve, only to end up getting no job at all. You may have to start a bit lower down the ladder and work your way up to the position you want.

Mistake #5: They underestimate the power of an on-line resume web-page.

The biggest secret to getting your offshore oil industry career off to the best possible start is to use a proven oil rig employment placement service. They can help you with creating your own on-line resume as well as applying for a job in oil and gas. They can also assist you with the identification of oil industry companies that are busy hiring new oil rig workers.

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This article was published on 2010/04/04