GETI 2019 – third annual energy workforce survey now open

Where and when will the energy skills shortage occur? Take the GETI survey to help us find out

Tuesday marked the release of the third annual Global Energy Talent Index (GETI) survey. The survey is an industry-leading workforce project led by top energy recruitment firm, Airswift, and Energy Jobline, the world’s largest energy job site.

The survey results will explore the opinions of energy professionals across the Power, Oil and Gas, Renewables, Nuclear and Petrochemicals sectors. This year’s theme will look at the impact of skills shortages. The results will highlight the professional view on how each market should adapt.

Want to win an Apple iWatch or pair of BOSE Headphones? Complete the 2019 GETI Survey today

Janette Marx, Chief Executive at Airswift says: “We are excited about the 3rd annual GETI survey opening, as we look forward to sharing the insightful data and trends from the responses collected. The report is used by some of the biggest names in the energy industry and highlights the macroeconomic employment trends around the world.”

“The GETI report investigates what matters to professionals and their predictions for the future.”

Energy Jobline and Airswift will also be incentivising the survey. Survey respondents have the opportunity to win a free Apple iWatch or pair of BOSE Headphones.

Themes to be addressed in GETI 2019

This year’s GETI report will uncover trends in demographics, pay and sector mobility. The resulting index will be a “deep dive” into the varied wants and needs of workers in each energy sector.

The survey results will be reported in the Global Energy Talent Index in January 2019. Previous reports have been a must read for energy companies worldwide, as well as pro-active energy recruitment agencies and associations.

Hannah Peet, Managing Director at Energy Jobline says: “The report is growing and adapting each year, capturing more precise data and exploring crucial industry-impacting topics. There is no better time to get involved,”

What we learned in GETI 2018

“GETI 2018 received 21,000 responses from global energy professionals of all levels of experience. The survey is also distributed by the world’s top energy news websites and associations.”

GETI 2018 revealed some “industry-shaking” statistics, such as:

  • 45 per cent of Oil and Gas professionals reported being less content at work than in the three years prior.
  • 42 per cent of Power professionals experienced a salary increase in 2017. A widely suspected to be due to the growing need for the power sector.
  • 83 per cent of Renewables professionals are open to relocating to another region.
  • 65 per cent of Nuclear professionals saw an ageing workforce as the biggest challenge facing their sector.

The Global Energy Talent Index 2019 survey closes on 24 September 2018. Winners of the BOSE Headphones and Apple Watches will be announced thereafter.

To complete the survey and be in with a chance of winning a prize of your choice, click here to be taken to the GETI survey.


Contact for further information
Daniel George
+44 (0) 207 092 8124

About Airswift
Airswift is the global workforce services partner of choice for clients, contractors, and candidates in the global energy, process and infrastructure sectors. With more than 35 years’ experience, it provides scalable workforce solutions including consultancy services, global mobility, managed solutions and talent acquisition

About Energy Jobline
Launched in 2012 Energy Jobline has expanded to become the leading jobsite in energy and engineering jobs worldwide. It provides the latest energy jobs, oil and gas jobs, renewable energy jobs, offshore jobs and power and nuclear jobs worldwide. It works with a diverse range of energy and engineering employers to offer exciting opportunities to all energy industry professionals.

Airswift and Energy Jobline’s collaboration on the Global Energy Talent Index won the 2017 Onrec Online Recruitment Award for Technical Innovation among specialist recruiters.

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