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Crew Manager
Written by Guest     February 08, 2013    
I served on the Sedneth 701 years ago. You go work there if you desperate need money. In my time 50% of crews quit every tour.
Hope it got better. These are tough jobs and Sedneth/Sedco was not most pleasant employer. The USMC might be easier.
Training is like: We only show you once whilst you get chewing Tobacco. Connections rate used to be extremely high.
Watching Black Gold on TV gives a wrong impression.
Overall rating 
 
2.1
Timely Sign-off 
 
5.0
Timely payment of wages 
 
5.0
Attitude of Shore Staff 
 
1.0
Availability of Spares on board 
 
1.0
Career growth prospects 
 
1.0
Family carriage facility 
 
1.0
Condition of Ships 
 
1.0
Food on board 
 
3.0
Average age of the Ships 
 
1.0
Carlos Andres Ramirez Vera Reviewed by Carlos Andres Ramirez Vera September 18, 2013
Last updated: November 21, 2013
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An example sedneth 701

I served on the Sedneth 701 years ago. You go work there if you desperate need money. In my time 50% of crews quit every tour.
Hope it got better. These are tough jobs and Sedneth/Sedco was not most pleasant employer. The USMC might be easier.
Training is like: We only show you once whilst you get chewing Tobacco. Connections rate used to be extremely high.
Watching Black Gold on TV gives a wrong impression.

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