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Companies Scramble to Find Engineers for Bustling Energy Industry
Bustling oilfield activity and retiring baby boomers, among other factors, have petroleum outfits large and small trying to hire thousands of engineers, and experts say the trend is expected to extend into the next decade as worldwide energy demand grows.

Management consulting firm Oliver Wyman says roughly eight in 10 global oil and gas companies forecast a shortage of petroleum engineers through at least 2011. The American Petroleum Institute said U.S. energy companies will need at least another 5,000 engineers by decade's end.

For more information, see this Free Press article on the energy engineer shortage.

Last Updated on September 17th, 2007 8:22 am by admin
 
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