The job market is a competitive place and as each industry gets saturated with an experienced workforce, new industries start emerging. A prime example is offshore jobs. Offshore jobs are commonly referred to as jobs that are not on land and neither do they relate to cargo loading or unloading.
They are usually in the middle of the ocean and in most cases relate to global energy. Offshore jobs also relate to jobs that have been shifted to other locations for economic, cost reduction or skill optimization reasons.