Montoursville, PA (PressExposure) February 03, 2012 -- Various government, educational and industry associations have been extolling the primary benefit of oil and gas exploration in the Marcellus and Utica Shale region as jobs. While job seekers have seen numerous new stories about tens of thousands of jobs coming with the drilling, they have been frustrated because these jobs have not been easy to find. These jobs are posted on the web sites of many of the oil and gas operators, but the web sites are difficult for job seekers to navigate. On most web sites, the jobs are not identified as a Marcellus or Utica Shale jobs. The job seeker's frustration is being addressed. ShaleDirectories.com is now posting Marcellus and Utica Shale jobs which are easy to find. To help job seekers not familiar with the industry better understand it, ShaleDirectories.com has a section of job titles, descriptions and education/experience requirements from the American Petroleum Institute. This job information will help job seekers determine which job best fits their education and experience.
ShaleDirectories.com currently has listings for twenty-six jobs, but many of the companies need a number of individuals for each job posted. The listings represent hundreds of job openings. The jobs can be found at [http://www.shaledirectories.com/marcellus-and-utica-shale-jobs.html]
"We understand the plight of the today's job seeker and have made the jobs very easy to find and apply for," commented Joe Barone. The need for workers is only going to increase as Pennsylvania and West Virginia's drilling activity remains active and Ohio begins to ramp up. Job seekers should continually check this section of ShaleDirectories.com because jobs are added regularly.
ShaleDirectories.com has a database of 160,000 businesses in the Marcellus and Utica Shale region. It is the "yellow pages of the oil and gas industry." Businesses are segmented by state, by county, and by business category. "With a few clicks, it will be easy for oil and gas operators to find local and national businesses in any county where drilling is occurring," observed Barone. It is the directory where the oil and gas industry, its employees and their families find local businesses.
ShaleDiretories.com is the leading online directory that connects oil and gas industry with local businesses in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and New York. More information can be found at http://www.shaledirectories.com. For additional information contact Joe Barone, 610.764.1232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.