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es, and that graduate career opportunities at the company remain healthy. Chevron Corp. also continues to hire both new college graduates and interns. The company's intern program has been recognized by Glassdoor as among the 25 highest-rated companies for internships in 2015, ranking number 2 behind. Facebook.
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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT If you’re considering a job move or a career in oil and gas, you might be rethinking your options right about now… but a decision to leave the industry would be shortsighted and based on only half of the picture.

Last year, predictions of a downturn in oil prices were prominent as geopolitical conditions began to

change the dynamics of our industry; but few, if any, predicted that the price of oil might drop as quickly as we have seen in the past 12 months. The reaction to this downturn has been swift with many

organisations quickly announcing delays in projects and extensive layoffs or hiring freezes. In fact, a

recent Rigzone survey found that 65 percent of oil and gas global hiring managers experienced a loss of budgeted positions due to market volatility, and 65 percent also said this volatility would decrease their hiring plans in the next 6 months.

While companies may be making short-term decisions to reduce operating expenses and demonstrate fiscal responsibility, critical long-term talent needs are looming as many qualified professionals

Rigzone is proud to partner with candidates and recruiters to help them make the right connections. This

Career Guide provides an outstanding collection of articles and interviews that focus on all aspects of the downturn, providing companies with insights on how to win and retain the best talent in the industry and candidates with sound advice on how to remain essential.

The Rigzone team is focused on an accelerated schedule of product enhancements that have been

established through qualitative and quantitative research of our customers. We have set out to highlight

what our visitors value most by replacing distracting elements with modern, clean design. Our fresh look

brings our editorial content to the forefront while also ensuring our increasingly global members can easily search and find jobs to advance their careers in energy. With the recent integration of OilCareers and

Rigzone, finding the ideal job, as well as finding the right candidates, is even easier. Our audience is now at 3.2 million members – oil and gas professionals who come to Rigzone knowing we provide the largest collection of the highest quality jobs from the most reputable companies in the industry. We will

continue enhancing our product features and introduce new product innovations to delight customers and aid them throughout their careers in oil and gas. Visit the site soon and let us know what you think.

We look forward to meeting you during Offshore Europe, so please stop by the stand and say hello. Best wishes,

Bob Melk

President, Rigzone

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