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Offshore jobs return to the North Sea after downturn

New numbers confirm that the years of downturn in the offshore industry are likely over. The number of jobs available has grown over the past year.

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New data from Norwegian job site Finn.no shows that the number of vacancies in the offshore industry is now rising, after the oil price plunge in 2014 had triggered years of downturn.

Finn.no is an acknowledged digital marketplace in Norway and owns the media Schibsted, which biannually reviews the Norwegian job market by analyzing the number of job ads.

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