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Labor Shortage ‘On Steroids’ for US Oil Industry

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The layoffs that gutted the oil-field services workforce during the opening months of the Covid-19 pandemic are continuing to weigh on the labor market, as many experienced workers have opted to leave the industry altogether over the past few years.

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Corporate Strategy , Capital Spending, Independent E&Ps, Oil-Field Services, Shale
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