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Eric Peters,

Faststream’s U.S. Managing Director to a variable situation. This introduces which will frequently occur on or near bound in time for them to come out of the continued use of contract labor, waterways and affect maritime workers, dry dock. which is growing at an all-time high in operations, and companies. As maritime It’s a good time to be in the Maritime the Maritime industry. That’s because, businesses seek to expand and add jobs, industry and regardless of what analysts work in the Marine and Offshore in- projects and investments will be put at are saying, jobs are out there, demand is dustry is increasingly becoming project risk if a skilled workforce is not on-site evident and there is a driving need for related in nature, thus creating a need to execute. Whereas the oil price has im- more talent in this industry. Companies, to bring on individuals with a speci

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