Oil and Gas Salary Guide reveals an industry brimming with confidence despite worldwide concerns over the global economy. The average global salary for full-time oil and gas professionals is now $80,458 per year, marking a growth of 6.1 percent over the last year, according to the Oil and Gas Salary...
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Oil and Gas Salary Guide reveals an industry brimming with confidence despite worldwide concerns over the global economy. The average global salary for full-time oil and gas professionals is now $80,458 per year, marking a growth of 6.1 percent over the last year, according to the Oil and Gas Salary Guide produced by Hays Oil & Gas and jobsite Oil and Gas Job Search.
The survey shows that employer confidence is also growing as 26.7 percent of respondents report feeling extremely positive about the current market, up from just 9.7 percent in 2011. Three-quarters of surveyed employers plan to hire more employees in the next 12 months.
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