Working on ships is not an easy task. Negligible social life, monotonous routines, and harsh working conditions are some of the many difficulties faced by seafarers on board ships. This leads to both physical and psychological stress.
As more seafarers follow the trend of quitting sea jobs every year, we try to find out what are the main reasons which force them to do so. Find out twelve main factors which are making seafarers quit their maritime careers at sea.
With several maritime jobs websites online, it is difficult to keep a track of every single one for the latest job offers. Here are some more of the top most job websites which features opportunities from the offshore and maritime industry.
With several merchant navy jobs websites coming-up these days, it has become fairly easy to look for your next job opportunity on ships or in the offshore industry. Check out thirty-six websites you can use to search for your next maritime job.
Seafarers have to face several problems while planning to quit sailing. Is it possible for maritime professionals to stay focused and motivated when planning to quit sailing?
Fresh candidates seeking maritime careers are often misguided with misleading advertisements of maritime institutes. Proper vocational guidance for the new entrants is urgently needed in the maritime industry.