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This week’s Top 5 Bakken Jobs

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Searching for a job in the oilfield? You won’t want to miss these opportunities to work in North Dakota’s beautiful Bakken. Here are a couple of our favorites for March 7, 2017: Field Operator III: Located in Stanley, North Dakota, just west of Minot, the position of Field Operator for Enbridge is responsible for checking the merchantability of crude oil ...

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This week in ND jobs

Despite the downturn, there are still oilfield jobs available if you're willing to work hard! Photo: Pixabay.

Although many companies have cut positions or laid off employees over the last eighteen months, oilfield jobs haven’t dried up completely. Listed below are seven jobs in ND still open and waiting for your application. KLJ Solutions has a number of engineer positions open and recently posted with start dates immediately to early May. One position is located in Bismarck and requires two ...

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5 oilfield jobs still in demand in 2016

Oil workers on the floor of an oil and gas drilling rig operating in Alberta, Canada. (Image courtesy of Encana Corp)

Extended periods of plummeting oil prices have had a noticeable effect on the oil industry, with many oil companies decommissioning multiple rigs during 2015. While the oil industry is no longer being referred to as “booming” by most media outlets, it is not going away completely, and many oilfield jobs are still in demand. As current workers retire and leave ...

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Demand outstrips NM job creation

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The counter-cyclical direction of New Mexico’s rising unemployment rate summarizes the state’s economy in 2015, said Jeffrey Mitchell, director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of New Mexico. “The national economy is creating jobs at a slightly higher rate than people are joining the labor force,” he said. “The national unemployment rate clicks down a ...

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Oil ministry job fair draws hundreds

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More than 500 job seekers turned to the Rock the Oilfield Job and Resource Event in Midland on Friday, an event organized by local Christian groups in hopes of offering relief to workers displaced by the oil bust. Attendees offered accounts of the human toll wrought by the economic downturn driven by the region’s premier industry. One couple, Kurt and ...

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Oil patch slump oozing anxiety throughout the industry

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With Shell job losses still looming and some projects stalled amid the continuing oil-price slump, Alaska’s petroleum industry and its related companies are struggling to adapt to the headwinds that threaten the entire economy. “Don’t go out and buy a new motorhome,” suggested Kevin Durling, majority owner of Petroleum Equipment and Services, saying the consequences of slowing activity in the ...

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Meet the money-saving mom

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Working in the oil field often yields great benefits and a considerable income. Some Texas positions, according to Hill Country Staffing Co., such as a general rig laborer, have an annual salary of $54,000 while welders can take home up to $14,000 per month. The trade-off, though, can sometimes be harsh on the worker, with many consecutive days of grueling ...

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150,000 oil and gas jobs lost worldwide

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Since oil prices began their dramatic decline last summer, over 150,000 jobs in the oil and gas industry have been cut across the globe, according to a recent report from oil and gas job services company Swift Worldwide Resources. As reported by Rigzone, the Swift report states that the United States witnessed the “fastest and steepest decline” of oil and ...

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Finding a job after the oilfield

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Diego Estrada finally lost his job as a wireline operator in March. For months, the 35year-old said he watched his hours dwindle, chipping away at earnings beyond what he ever made as a construction worker in El Paso. In 2014, he said he made $88,000. But as oil companies shed rigs and completed fewer and fewer wells as the New ...

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