Oil & Gas Recruitment: The Great Crew Change
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By 2018, 50% of all geophysicists and engineers will be retiring from the industry.
Analysing the cause and effect. we have surveyed our 100,000 members in one of the largest polls of its kind to find out to what degree the upcoming Great Crew Change was affecting the organisations they worked for.
In The Great Crew Change: An Extinction Level Event In The Making? we look at how apathy, oil prices, oil disasters and adverse events have conspired marginalise the industry in the eyes of many, resulting in a "lost generation" of potential recruits and a declining interest in one of the world’s most advanced industries.
In this exclusive 21 page report you will hear from members of the oil and gas industry and academia to find out how and why the situation has become so grave and what, if anything, can be done to mitigate the affects of a skills shortage that could prove to be biggest existential threat in modern business.
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