Energy Pay Heats Up

Historical data may be useful for estimating relative pay levels among various petroleum industry jobs. But it doesn’t give much of a picture of compensation in today’s energy environment - particularly in the hottest areas of activity.One difficulty in obtaining reliable salary information is due to the fact that companies are competing for the same workers. Even “off the record” information is hard to get, because competitors are reluctant to contribute to “raising the bar.” Nevertheless, the available general and anecdotal information indicates that pay levels are sprinting ahead.For example, in areas such as the U.S. Rocky Mountains, which is experi...

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