mojo84 wrote:Oilfield service companies in West and South Texas are having a hard time finding people willing to work. It is hard work but there are opportunities and they are paying well.
bizarrenormality wrote:mojo84 wrote:Oilfield service companies in West and South Texas are having a hard time finding people willing to work. It is hard work but there are opportunities and they are paying well.
There are lots of jobs in the Midland-Odessa area for people willing to work.
Glock 23 wrote:Im looking for help finding good entry level job opportunities. I am 31, with a bachelors iin business and criminal justice and 10 years in the security industry. And I can't find decent work for the life of me. I CAN find ten bucks and hr, but that doesn't come close to paying my bills.
I even joined the army to pad the resume and get more experience...but that didn't help. I thnk it made things worse! You see all these companies saying they "support" us, but then read the news stories that veteran unemployment is even higher than normal and companies hesistant to hire vets due to PTSD and disabilities they may have (hmmmm, thought that was llegal).
My buddy gave me a heads up on some companies wanting vets in his field of rigging and _______, and I applied for multiple jobs each...but just get denials. I don't have experience in the field, and despite saying they are entry level positions, most guys applying do have some experience.
So who is really hiring entry level?
And please don't say return to school. Im done with that. $20000+ college degree that hasn't helped me yet, im not gonna dump another 20grand into that.
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