Exxon Cutting 1,900 US Jobs – Input from CSI Recruiting

By Matt Egan, CNN Business ExxonMobil is cutting jobs at home and overseas as oil prices tumble on coronavirus fears. Exxon announced Thursday that it will cut about 1,900 jobs in the United States, mostly at its headquarters in Houston, through layoffs and voluntary programs. The company said the cost cutting is the result of a years-long reorganization that has been accelerated by the View Details

NAPE Magazine Column – On the Hunt

Jeff Bush, President at CSI Recruiting, wrote this month's Executive Education column for NAPE Magazine, offering job seekers tangible, actionable advice for networking and job searching in these challenging times for the oil & gas industry. Click here to download the article: NAPE Magazine October 2020 View Details

Presidential Race and the impact on Domestic Drilling

How Elizabeth Warren could 'vaporize' America's oil boom By Matt Egan, CNN Business Updated 11:47 AM ET, Thu October 17, 2019 Elizabeth Warren doesn't just pose a threat to Wall Street. Her rising 2020 polling numbers are also striking fear in the heart of Big Oil. Warren, currently the odds-on favorite to be the Democratic presidential nominee, wants to ban fracking "everywhere." And the View Details

Young people hard to attract to work for oil and gas companies

The bright minds of tomorrow want to pursue careers at Tesla, not ExxonMobil. Sixty-two percent of teens ages 16 to 19 say a career in oil and gas is unappealing, according to a survey of 1,200 young Americans that was released this week by EY. That includes 39% who say the industry is very unappealing. The numbers are a bit better among Millennials. Forty-five percent of those aged 20 to 35 View Details