degrees that work: Natural Gas Careers

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http://www.degreesthatwork.tv While natural gas has been extracted for more than a century, advancements in technology have accelerated the industry's development in recent years. The capability to access vast natural gas reservoirs contained in shale has generated a "boom" in Pennsylvania and neighboring states. The result is rewarding career opportunities, especially for those with a technical skill set. This episode of degrees that work.tv explores various career paths, explains the basics of natural gas drilling and production and visits a typical well site in north-central Pennsylvania. Considerable time is spent shadowing an automation technician, an IT expert and a welding engineer, all of whom are working in the field. As one of them explains, "Now is a great time to jump on board!"

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