The AAPG Career Center is a new service to the members of AAPG. The official launch date is July 7, 2008. Many companies are looking for qualified petroleum geologists. They start their look at AAPG. The sooner you add your resume, the better for you and that company. Post your resume now.
Not a member of AAPG? Maybe now would be a good time to join. The posting of your resume within the AAPG Career Center only requires membership within AAPG. By joining now you will have full access immediately.
Many geologists and other professionals are required to complete courses fulfilling ethics training requirements. Take advantage of the online courses the Division of Professional Affairs has produced for nonmembers and AAPG members alike.
The AAPG Explorer reports on salaries being paid in the petroleum industry every just prior to the AAPG Annual Meeting. As oil prices rise and fall, so do salaries. Read it online or download your own copy.
Other sites on the Internet focus on various aspects of career analysis, future scenarios, job/resume postings, and more. This should grow as AAPG members share sites they find useful to them.
Download a FREE PDF of this newly edited publication made available to you by the Division of Professional Affairs. Editors Pete Rose and Steve Sonnenberg have skillfully combined articles focusing on choosing a geological career, the working professional geologist, the seasoned professional, later stages of the professional career and perspectives on these stages. A hard copy or CD may be requested through DPA’s Web site.
Published by AAPG in 1986, this booklet focuses on the petroleum geologist's job market and offers tips and tools that you may find pertinent to your circumstances today. The booklet is currently being updated and will posted here when completed.