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Old 08-19-2020, 02:12 PM
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Petroleum Engineering Jobs nowadays

Hi,

I'm thinking of applying for a skilled-graduate visa (subclass 476) and I would like to know what is the situation with the Oil and Gas companies nowdays

Do they hire foreign graduates easily ?
Is it easy to find a job in the engineering industry generally - and petroleum industry specifically ?

If you have any information that you think can help me then please share it with me.

Regards,
Abdalla.


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Old 08-19-2020, 02:52 PM
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You might need to contact companies directly.

This was a couple of months ago:
What companies are trying to do, particularly oil and gas companies ... is suspend contractors but keep full-time and part-time employees on during this crisis

This indicates that there may be a lot of locals who hope to get their jobs back after the covid situation ends.

More a case of trying to keep some employees, rather than employing more.

But who knows what the future holds..


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