you have prior offshore / maritime experience you know how valuable
that experience is. Even with the current down turn in the
industry, there are jobs that go unfilled on a daily basis. These
jobs are not published and go to the person who does the proper
research and spends the time to dig them out
are not as easy to come by as when crude was at it's high of $147
per barrel, but they are there none the less. The oil field is not
going to just shut down because the rest of the the country is in
a recession. We have had these ups and down in the industry before
and have weathered them all, regardless of the severity. We will
do the same with this recession. The ones who who survived and
prospered were the ones who hung in there.
It hardly seems
possible that crude cannot do anything but go up. It might take
some time and it might happen overnight, one never knows these
days. Look on any busy highway or interstate. All those vehicles
in all those traffic jams. Now multiply that by all the vehicles
operating 24/7 worldwide. It takes a lot of fuel to keep it all
going. Oil is a non renewable resource. Once it is used, it is
gone. The only way to get more is to drill more wells.
knows this. I wanted to say it anyway as there are people in the
world today who think oil and gasoline are a renewable resource
and can be recycled! Crazy for sure.
Back to the
jobs. Like I said earlier, there are jobs available, they are just
not as easy to come by as they used to be. Competition is at an
all time high which is why you want to make sure you
miss out on any Available Jobs because of some simple and
easily fixable issues in your job search.
I hope you
consider our services. We provide experienced offshore / maritime
personnel with direct access contact to recruiters who are looking for experienced personnel to fill a variety
of jobs, both in the US and overseas.
If you are not getting a reasonable amount of job offers equal
to your level of experience, it
is time to do some trouble shooting in your online job search
suggest you stop what you are doing and have a look at what
you are doing:
- Get a
complete check up on your job search strategy
- It is
likely you are not doing something correctly
You could be sabotaging your efforts and not know it
- All of
these are fixable
Most of the time the problem is found in one's resumé.
This is the area where most people have difficulty and more than
likely this is where your problem will be.
The worst of it is so many never find out why they are not getting
any action in their job search. It's a shame, too, especially
with all the available jobs and recruiters crying for experienced
is a straight forward test to determine if your resumé is broken and preventing you from getting the job you
want. Be honest with yourself and answer this one question:
you getting the number of responses, job offers and interviews
a person with your experience should be getting?
not, my recommendation is stop what you are doing and have a
look at what you are doing.
this highly competitive climate, you will not get a second chance to make
a good first impression. Get it right the first time.
let the job you want go to someone else, maybe even someone
less qualified than you.
Resumé problems are at the top of the list for job rejection
you keep going like you are going,
you will get more of what you already have"
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This experience includes working in many of the world's offshore
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with a multitude of nationalities and living to tell about
experience also includes 7 years online providing accurate
instructions on how to successfully use the internet to find
a job offshore