Workforce gap in oil and gas, survey claims

The sixth Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber oil and gas survey produced with Deloitte bears a stark warning over the industry's continuing fight to attract the staff it urgently needs to continue to develop.

Operators and contractors' efforts to pull new faces into the industry from other disciplines need to intensify, with a shift to permanent over temporary staff expected in contracting in the next year, as firms try to respond to 'serious' recruitment issues.

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