Based on our recent survey to nearly 17,000 global Energy industry companies, recruiters and workers, 43% of employees want to leave the energy industry all together within the next 5 years.
Oilandgasjobsearch.com and Brunel commissioned an independent research company to survey global energy-industry leaders, recruiters and employees. The study identifies and explores the changes that are on the horizon over the coming year, and the ways in which companies are adapting to meet these challenges. The report focuses on areas such as recruitment challenges, compensation, energy transition, job engagement, and retention in the energy sector.
When asked which sectors they’d pursue employment opportunities in, those working in Oil and Gas said Renewables (56%), compared to 38.8% last year. Similarly, those working in Renewables are the most likely to have shifted into a new sector within the past 12 months (51%).
82% of recruiters say that 1 in 10 of their open positions have been unfilled for more than 3 months, with Drilling & Well delivery (14%), and Geoscience (12%) being the most difficult roles to fill.
Our survey finds that 31% of energy workers say they have personally been the target of workplace discrimination, and 43% say they have witnessed discrimination directed at others.
The Energy Outlook Report, in partnership with Brunel is the most comprehensive report in the Energy industry. The report covers both candidates and employers globally, to give a full picture of the current outlook.
This research aims to provide employers, employees and candidates with key insights into global Energy market trends in workforce planning, compensation and benefits based on experience and expectations for 2019.
The 2017 research aims to provide employers, and employees with key insights into global market trends. It includes Oil & Gas workforce planning, hiring, compensation and benefits based on experience and expectations for 2017.