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#41310 - 09/13/14 08:58 AM Need help deciding!!
OilBird Offline
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Registered: 09/13/14
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I applied for job as an LWD/MWD for a top rated company and have landed the job, now I am just trying to decide to take it or not. I applied under the assumption that it was a 14/14 schedule and have now been informed that it was a 20/7 type schedule. I applied for the job because I knew I could do the work and the pay was outstanding. I understand that I will probably have to do the 20/7 position through the training process. I am just wanting to know if I am a fool to think that I could possibly ever get on a 14/14 schedule after I am trained.

I was informed that was a fairly difficult job to land with no experience and I should feel honored that I got the job and I should at least go through the training process and give it a try, just not sure what to do.

Oh a little background, I am a female, with 5 kids ranging in ages 3-13 who has a husband that works from home. However I have never been away for more than 5 days. Husband supports this decision but feels the same way about the 20/7 schedule. With 5 kids we really need the $$$ but at what cost to the family?

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#49177 - 11/24/14 02:57 AM Re: Need help deciding!! [Re: OilBird]
solvedrilling Offline
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Registered: 05/19/14
Posts: 40
Hi, friend,

I think you can try to use Google Search, maybe you can get the latest way to solve your question, for example, when I got some trouble about my solid control equipment, such as shale shaker, decanter centrifuge, shaker screen, cutting dryer, sand pump, hydraulic centrifuge, etc, when I got the info. about my trouble from Google search, I will be more cleaner about how to deal with them next. so, just try Google search to solve your problem.


Originally Posted By: OilBird
I applied for job as an LWD/MWD for a top rated company and have landed the job, now I am just trying to decide to take it or not. I applied under the assumption that it was a 14/14 schedule and have now been informed that it was a 20/7 type schedule. I applied for the job because I knew I could do the work and the pay was outstanding. I understand that I will probably have to do the 20/7 position through the training process. I am just wanting to know if I am a fool to think that I could possibly ever get on a 14/14 schedule after I am trained.

I was informed that was a fairly difficult job to land with no experience and I should feel honored that I got the job and I should at least go through the training process and give it a try, just not sure what to do.

Oh a little background, I am a female, with 5 kids ranging in ages 3-13 who has a husband that works from home. However I have never been away for more than 5 days. Husband supports this decision but feels the same way about the 20/7 schedule. With 5 kids we really need the $$$ but at what cost to the family?

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#49194 - 08/13/15 11:26 AM Re: Need help deciding!! [Re: solvedrilling]
texasoil Offline
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Registered: 10/15/14
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