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There’s an oil boom going on right now. In Alberta, Canada, in a town called Fort McMurray . Yes, in the dead of winter the temperature may get up to zero. But, there is an oil boo, going on and they need help. Fort McMurray is Second only to the Saudi Arabia in oil reserves,

Oil Sands contain deposits of bitumen, a molasses-like oil that will not flow unless heated or diluted with lighter hydrocarbons. They are contained in three major areas beneath 140,200* square kilometres of north-eastern Alberta.

Alberta's oil sands industry is the result of multi-billion-dollar investments in infrastructure and technology required to develop the non-conventional resource. According to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), in 2006 industry investment in Alberta’s oil sands totalled approximately $14 billion.

Annual oil sands production is growing steadily as the industry matures. Output of marketable oil sands production increased to 1.126 million barrels per day (bbl/d) in 2006. With anticipated growth, this level of production could reach 3 million barrels per day by 2020 and possibly even 5 million barrels per day by 2030.

The forecast says that 5,400 new oil sands-related positions will be required from now to at least 2012 in the Wood Buffalo region of Alberta, and another 3,200 workers will be needed to replace employees lost due to attrition. They are desperate for workers. With a high school diploma you can make over $100,000. Your job will be centered around digging up dirt — dirt that is saturated with oil

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