The oil and gas industry is in a constant state of flux, with changing prices, demand and supply all having a significant impact on how the sector performs overall. In addition, there are a number of technological, legislation and political trends that are shaping the way the oil and gas industry develops.
One of these trends is the continued emergence of big data and its use within the industry. With new big data technologies and processes changing…Continue
The UK’s economic growth took a hit in 2017, with Brexit casting a major shadow of doubt over how the nation would fare into the future. Despite this uncertainty, many industries continued to thrive, with 2018 set to be a significant year for some of the biggest contributors to the overall marketplace. Take a look at what the new year has in store for the following core sectors:
Technology will continue to disrupt the finance industry,…Continue
The construction and engineering industry has long had a problem with diversity, particularly when it comes to the proportion of women working within the sector. In fact, the overall retention rate of female science, engineering and technology graduates is considerably lower than that of males, according to WES, with males typically securing more jobs in the engineering sector than their female counterparts. This gap means…Continue
Today’s economy offers people a huge range of choice in the careers they want to pursue- especially scientists. With technology advancing at an unprecedented rate, and opening up new avenues of discussion and exploration as it goes, there’s never been a better time to be involved in science, whether you’re more interested in meteorology or biology.
Given the huge range of options open to scientists, it can sometimes be hard to choose which career to get stuck into. Of course, you…Continue