Energy Transition: Three Tips to Help You Get Noticed
Updated: Aug 21
The oil and gas industry has been hit hard the past year with mass and fast layoffs primarily because of the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the cyclical nature of the business. But that's not the end of the story. The next chapter provides an opportunity to be part of the energy transition and build something different.
Don't be confined to a box
If you haven't yet opened the box in which you've likely operated for so long, do it now. Open the lid, push on the sides, and let a bit of light inside. There's a big world out there with opportunities. It's not about what you've always done, it's about the possibilities and what can you do? This is a tremendous opportunity to look at things differently than perhaps you have traditionally.
You have a lot to offer—you've got all these skills and experience. You don't need to restart your career, unless you're looking to make a significant change. Many skills are transferrable from job to job and even industry to industry, depending on the role you're seeking.
Start with that idea in mind and read these three tips: How to Make your Job Application Stand Out in the Energy Transition