As reported by TIPRO earlier this month, employment growth for the Texas upstream sector stalled in the fourth quarter of 2018 following many months of consecutive growth. A variety of factors contributed to the slowdown in hiring, including takeaway
The year has barely begun but it’s already shaping up nicely for OPEC, with crude rebounding sharply after the worst fourth-quarter performance since 2014. A new production cuts deal with Russia and thawing U.S.-China trade relations have given the
Saudi Arabia published the first audit of its vast oil reserves since it nationalized its energy industry about 40 years ago, saying its reserves total 268.5 billion, slightly more than the 266.3 billion figure that the government published previousl
Canada and Britain have gained popularity amongst international job-seekers, including Indians, over the US which has been a decline in searches for vacancies due to its immigration policies, says a report. The more welcoming immigration policies in
WASHINGTON: The US should select the “very best” among applicants for H-1B visas, the Trump administration has said, vowing to step up efforts to ensure that these work visas — the most sought by Indian IT professionals— do not harm domestic workers.
Canada’s job market showed surprising resiliency last month in the face of a crisis in the oil sector, tempering worries about the economy’s health. Employment increased by 94,100 in November, led by mostly full-time jobs that were broadly-based