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Recent research by s1jobs showed that non-management roles in the oil and gas sector earned the highest average wages in Scotland in 2014 – sitting at £47 168.
The infographic also shows that engineering roles earned more when based in Aberdeen, whilst workers in IT and financial services are better served in Edinburgh or Glasgow.
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Jee Ltd and Decom North Sea working together on decommissioning research
The two companies are collaborating to identify pioneering methods of salvage and re-use options for concrete subsea mattresses.
UK government proposes new bill to improve energy security
The bill will ensure affordable energy supplies for businesses and families and allow the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) greater powers.
Petroplan trebles workforce in Scotland
Oil and gas recruiter bucks market trend with growth.
UK government outlines support package for oil and gas industry
The new Oil and Gas Authority will be given a range of powers to ensure it has the ability to help maximise the economic recovery of the UK’s O&G industry.
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