The Big Oil Industry’s ‘Dangerous’ Strategy to Keep Oil Prices High
article Best engineering colleges and high-paying careers are often associated with high salaries, but a new report from the American Council of Engineering Education says that the oil and gas industry has a “dangerous” strategy to keep oil prices high.
The group says that while the oil industry has done its best to attract the best engineers, they are being pushed to accept low-wage jobs in order to retain their top engineering talent.
The report, which was released on Wednesday, says that as the industry has been losing talent, “it is creating an incentive for engineers to stay at the top.”
The report states that the “largest drivers” of engineering jobs are lower pay, which drives up the cost of living.
The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) says that it was not aware of the study until recently.
It has also been widely criticized for its use of a definition of “engineer,” which the group claims was too broad and does not capture many other occupations.
The IMS says that engineers make up less than one percent of the workforce.
The organization said that the survey is based on “data from more than 2,000 companies.”
“The most common question we hear from engineers is ‘why do we keep being priced out?'” said IMS President and CEO Robert Berenson.
“The answer to this question is simple: The cost of the job market has risen exponentially over the past five years.”
The IISM has been a critic of President Donald Trump and other companies for their use of high-tech hiring practices.
IMS also has said that many of the companies it represents are “disappointingly large.”
Berenssons own company, the IMS Institute for Technology, has been working with President Donald Trumps administration on a wide range of energy issues, including the Keystone XL pipeline and an infrastructure plan for the United States.
The company also recently published a report about how climate change is changing the country’s energy mix, which the IISI says will create “unprecedented and destabilizing” changes in the future.
The oil and oil industry, however, argues that its hiring practices are being hurt because of its reliance on the oil-and-gas industry to generate its energy.
The industry has struggled with falling oil prices, which have led to layoffs in the oil fields and the drilling rigs.
The energy industry has also complained that oil companies have been able to make up for lost production by outsourcing jobs to countries like China, where labor costs are cheaper.