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EMPLOYERJOB TITLEBASE SALARYLOCATIONSUBMIT DATESTART DATECASE STATUS
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL93,693HOUSTON, TX04/28/201610/01/2016DENIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL93,693HOUSTON, TX05/04/201610/01/2016CERTIFIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL99,389HOUSTON, TX02/28/201303/04/2013CERTIFIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL101,326HOUSTON, TX03/13/201407/28/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL103,824HOUSTON, TX06/13/201310/01/2013CERTIFIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL105,000CONROE, TX07/29/201408/05/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL106,570HOUSTON, TX10/15/201510/21/2015CERTIFIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL108,150HOUSTON, TX02/26/201303/04/2013CERTIFIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL111,286HOUSTON, TX06/16/201410/01/2014DENIED
HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL111,286HOUSTON, TX06/20/201410/01/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL111,315HOUSTON, TX09/06/201312/19/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL113,760HOUSTON, TX02/11/201302/25/2013CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL115,655HOUSTON, TX07/09/201412/19/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL120,779HOUSTON, TX11/06/201302/20/2014CERTIFIED
KBR INCPRINCIPAL TECHNICAL PROFESSIONAL - MECHANICAL121,000HOUSTON, TX05/23/201408/15/2014CERTIFIED

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