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06/03/2011

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When I saw this blog,the first thing comes into my mind is excitment.I want to work in that offshore rig,cause i have a lot of work to know about welding and its very challenging for me,as of now im currently working here in middle east saudi arabia as welder,we made car body tank,this is my first time to work abroad,and i have 3yrs.contract,.but now ive done 1yr. and half,Im 22yrs.old from Phillipines..i know how to weld well,as my job here..but for me this is not enough,i know i have more things to know about welding,and im willing to know that on that site.Its very good to work there,specialy the accomodation,the benefits,the salary..what do i look for?hope someday if my contract here wil be finished,i can fnd a job hiring for offshore rig.thank you,and godbless

The difference between a contractor and a consultant is actually quite wide. If you take the example above in this blog about welders, then there is an obvious difference. A contractor will post a job specifically citing the skills needed, whether for an above or below contract, whereas a consultant is someone more tuned into the business itself. Someone who can pinpoint leaks in the oilrig and tell you how to plug them (metaphorically!) like the people on the books at Von Essen Consulting do.

There is really a great career on offshore job. I can attest that myself. I have been working offshore for 5 years now and I provide good money to my family's needs.

Start your career now.

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