Energy Companies in the Area Looking for Employees

From the Canton Repository:
Plentiful, well-paying jobs are being promised as Chesapeake and other companies begin drilling for oil and natural gas in the Utica shale formation that lies under eastern Ohio, including Stark County.
There are projections that oil development will generate more than 140,000 jobs in Ohio by 2020 and more than 200,000 jobs by 2035. A study for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimated shale development already has created more than 38,800 direct, indirect and induced jobs around Ohio.
Chesapeake, which has set up regional offices in Stark County, is a leading example of shale drilling’s impact.
In just two years, the Oklahoma City-based company’s Ohio operations have expanded from a handful of people to more than 550 employees.
Since July 2011, the Employment Source has helped companies with oil industry ties hire 198 people, said Monica Gwin, the agency’s spokeswoman. The jobs pay wages ranging from $11 to $25 per hour.
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