If traveling is not for you, field work is not for you.
Or you could be stuck at home doing curative for 8 months.
Re: going in house. I'm still trying to find an in-house job. I don't have a PLM but I do have a JD. It seems like no matter the job, in this economy companies are looking for 5 and 10 year guys. I was talking to a ROW agent who works in Houston who told me his company doesn't even hire new guys without a law degree. That's grim.
Obtaining Experience and connections will serve you well.
True. But field work can be fickle. I get emails every week from people with MUCH more experience than me looking for work. Today I got a sob story email from a friend whose husband has 7 years of experience and has been out of work for 6 months.
I'm graduating from LSU in May and I'm interested in becoming a landman.
Go to all the job fairs you can. The O&G companies will be at most of them. There are internships for in house landman jobs.
This post was edited on 2/28 at 10:28 pm