Energy companies including those operating in various stages of oil and gas development, utilities and other energy-related businesses face an imminent wave of retirements that have many working hard to smooth the transition into a new generation of employees.
In additional to science-based fields like geology and engineering, large companies need people to fill financial and legal roles as well, a reality former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers reinforced in comments made during the recent Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy Spring Conference.
When asked if companies like Duke Energy need engineers, lawyers or finance people Rogers responded”
“All of the above.”
So if you’re looking to work in the energy industry, polish up those resumes because opportunities abound.
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