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Oil industry courts veterans

March 3, 2014

With the recent announcement by the the U.S....

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wally1

Mar-07-14 1:35 PM

I would like to know how Kramer came up with those numbers of 20,000 jobs. I don't believe it

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Creetch68

Mar-03-14 11:39 PM

I worked for two major companies after retiring from the military. CDL in hand and all the endorsements with driving experience. Worked one job 8 months the other a year and a half. In both cases I either experienced hours cut or pay issues. Who the*****wants to commit to a company that can't even get their act together and work 70-80 hours a week then HOPE you get paid what you earn? The last company I worked for out there had us sitting idle and on standby more than we were working. This was due to a manager who ****** off our customers more than he was willing to work with them. Vets are committed loyal and hard working but when you promise someone the world with pay and benefits then don't deliver, we are no different than the next guy. Were here to make decent money, not play your games. If you are a vet, think long and hard about working in the oil field. Several of these companies need to reevaluate their manager's experience because it's lacking.

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