By JOHN WOODDENThe first step is to be a good student.
It’s not about getting in.
It is about doing something that helps you survive.
That means getting to know the environment, learning how to make decisions, working with people and seeing how you can use your knowledge to help your company succeed.
There are two types of work that are more likely to get you into the oilfield: technical, which involves the drilling and mining of oil and gas, and commercial, which is the production of oil or natural gas.
The technical work is the most rewarding, with the oil or gas companies making a lot of money.
The commercial work, meanwhile, is less exciting and often requires you to be more skilled at a job than you are at your undergraduate degree.
Most graduates go on to become skilled in both the technical and commercial sectors.
For some, it’s a two-year degree in petroleum engineering.
For others, it can take 10 years.
The skills you need to earn a $200K oilfield salary are not easy to come by.
There are no certifications that you can get that will give you a competitive salary.
You need to be able to do the work and be willing to work long hours and learn new things.
But you also need to have a college diploma and a lot more experience.
You should have a bachelor’s degree in a field like engineering, or a higher-level field like computer science, computer engineering or computer engineering math.
You will need to get an associate’s degree to get a high school diploma.
You may also need a high-school diploma to get your GED.
You will also need some college experience, but not nearly enough to get to the advanced level of oilfield engineering.
Most oilfield engineers work in an oilfield for more than two years.
You must earn a bachelor of science degree to be an oilman, which includes some training in a petroleum engineering program like an oil and natural gas engineering degree.
There is no official national list of the top oilfield jobs, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics says it’s around $50K to $60K a year.
If you are looking to get into a professional oilfield, you may want to check out this list from The Wall Street Journal.
Here’s how to get started:Get a job as a technical engineerThe oilfield is one of the fastest growing industries in the U.S., with a $100B in annual oilfield and gas revenue.
The best place to find a job is in an engineering company, said John Glynn, a professor of petroleum engineering at The Ohio State University.
The top positions in the industry are oilfield maintenance engineers and maintenance engineers in operations, which are usually oilfield supervisors who are responsible for managing equipment and pipelines.
In general, an oil field maintenance engineer will make $60,000 to $80,000 a year, but there are many positions that can get you $50,000, Glynn said.
There also are many engineering positions in oil fields that are relatively unknown.
There is a job in a pipeline repair and maintenance job in one of America’s largest oilfields, in a company called Oilfield Technologies.
There also are jobs in oilfields that are very specialized.
Oilfield engineers can work in a maintenance facility, or in a drilling and fracturing plant.
Most jobs are temporary, meaning they require a high degree of concentration and patience.
But there are some positions that are permanent, like oilfield field maintenance engineers.
“Oilfield maintenance engineering is an important skill set,” Glynn told The Associated Press.
“It’s not something you can acquire by studying in college.
You have to have some work experience.”
Get your master’s degreeThe second step is getting a master’s in petroleum engineers.
The requirements for this degree are different from the other ones.
You would need to complete four years of advanced college, and the school would also have to pay for a degree in business administration.
There may be more work that needs to be done in oil production than in refining, but you need a degree that can take you into oil production as a senior engineer.
The master’s of petroleum engineers is the highest paying.
The degree requires you get at least a bachelor or master’s from an accredited college or university.
The school must also pay for the cost of the degree.
The oil industry is changing fast, and there are fewer jobs available for petroleum engineers who want to stay in the field.
“You don’t have to be great at anything,” Glyn said.
“They can give you great experience in the oil field and you can stay for a couple of years.”
We have to change the way we do things, to be better at this field,” he said.