New oil and gas engineering graduates usually gain some experience by working offshore, plus the usual pattern is "12 hours on and 12 hours off" to get a two-week period, which happens to be combined with a two- or three-week break onshore. Offshore work, which can be necessary to the field, is also cold, noisy and wet, and it also occurs worldwide in any kind of weather.

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