Petroleum Engineers

Petroleum Engineers get payed up to $129,990 a day

Petroleum Engineers work for 40 hours a week mostly in the office.

One of the most major job responsibilities is making sure that the oil field equipment is installed, and maintained properly.

To become a Petroleum Engineer you have to have a bachelor's degree in engineering.

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