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How to get a career in the oil rig industry with no experience

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Welcome to MY FREE Report, where I will be teaching you how to get an offshore entry level oil rig job or an oil and gas job or an oil field job, even if you have no experience and no matter where you are from! Read all the way to the end, and when you are done reading, Take IMMEDIATE ACTION!! 

Why Am I So Confident?

You see, I have put together all I did in the past 8 years into the pages of this report. You won’t find any unnecessary information inside it, just everything you need to get an oil and gas job easily, in just a few days. These tips worked for many of my friends, even for people I met online. These tips have helped people all over the world get an oil field job: Australia, Uk, Canada, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, even India.

WHY? Simple: the recruitment agency that helped me, will send your resume to over 1200 companies around the world, and according to your location, they will call you for an interview!

I guarantee you’ll make a lot of money in the future, if you take immediate action and follow the tips I share below!  The great thing about an oil and gas job, especially in the oil rig industry, is the fact that it pays a lot, and it is a really secure job, while giving you the benefit of only working half of the year.

The Job Crisis In The Offshore Oil Sectors

oil rig jobs (2)The fact is, in the next 5 years, shortage of offshore oil rig workers will become a major problem for most offshore drilling companies around the world. The truth is that this will also happen for onshore sectors as well, so if you want to work in the oil field, relax because there will be lots of opportunities in the future.

This Is A Good News For You To Act On

Industry experts have predicted that nearly half of the present offshore workforce will be leaving the industry for retirement within the next 5 years.   Offshore employment agencies are now looking forward to hire new workers with at least one year of physical labor experience. And to be honest, even if you have never worked before, if in your cover letter, you explain that you are a hard working person who wants to work on an oil field (and that you worked hard around your house ever since you were small), they will give you the job!

Of coarse, Painting, assisting, loading, cleaning, etc… from multiple jobs for at least one year will qualify you easier, but remember, oil companies want people who say they want a job with them! More on that below!

Even the API (American Petroleum Institute) has no idea how many old hands will be retiring, but many believe one thing.  There Is Presently A Growing Shortage Of Entry Level Workers.

Oil Industry Experts Agree That The Shortages Will Affect These Positions: roustabouts, roughnecks, Electricians, Welders / Pipe Welders /Fitters, Motormen,  Storekeepers /Warehousemen, Crane Operators, Medics, Roughnecks, Derrick men, Drillers,  Assistant Drillers, Diesel Mechanics, Motormen, Cooks,  Stewards, Trainees.

Most of the built oil rigs are Ultra Modern Drill Ships and Employment agents are complaining that there is a real problem getting these new rigs crewed up due to the fact that this offshore oil drilling sectors is a HIDDEN MARKET (these vacancies are not advertised like normal vacancies).

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