What technology professionals want

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  • 1. A DREAM EMPLOYER MUST OFFER CHALLENGING WORK GOOD PAY AND BENEFITS REAL INNOVATION 75% 61%60% MOST IMPORTANTCAREER GOALS JOB SATISFACTION PERSONAL FULFILMENT BECOME AN EXPERT What Technology Professionals want– an inside look WE SURVEYED OVER 1,000TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALSACROSSTHE GLOBETO BETTER UNDERSTANDTHEIR CAREER GOALS, DREAM JOBSAND PERCEPTIONS OFTHE OIL & GAS (O&G) INDUSTRY.THE RESULTS MAY SURPRISEYOU. GOOD PAY* WORK-LIFE BALANCE MOST VALUED TOP SKILLS PEOPLE FROM THE INDUSTRY MOST COMMONLY ASSOCIATE O&G WITH: CAREER ATTRIBUTES: TO ACQUIRE INTEGRATED MOBILE APPLICATIONS 3D TRAINING AND INSPECTION SYSTEMS SATELLITE MONITORING INTERESTING PROJECTS *7OUTOF10LINKEDINMEMBERSSURVEYEDASSOCIATE THEO&GINDUSTRYWITHGOODPAYANDBENEFITS. 1.000.000.000.000.000 CALCULATIONS MADE PER SECOND BY BP’S GLOBAL SEISMIC IMAGING LABORATORY. TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION TOP GOODPAY 79% 70% 69% CHALLENGING WORK EXCELLENT PROSPECTS INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AT BP WHERE TECHNOLOGY COULD TAKE YOU OUR VISION “Everything in BP’s physical operations was once new technology. Technologists are stewards of the company’s advanced technical knowledge and they create safer new possibilities for the future. Together they have the potential to redefine the company’s operations and perhaps even some of the world’s energy systems.” David Eyton, Group Head of Technology NAPERVILLE SAN DIEGO BOCHUM HULL PANGBOURNE SUNBURY UK US US HOUSTON US GERMANY OUR MAJOR TECHNOLOGY CENTRES 70% 70% SEEING IS BELIEVING OUTSIDE THE INDUSTRY DON’T SEE O&G AS INNOVATIVE INSIDE THE INDUSTRY DO SEE O&G AS INNOVATIVE