Roustabout is a traditional term used to describe a fairground or circus worker,
which is now used in the oil industry. An oil roustabout refers to a worker who ...
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a worker in an oil field, at a circus, etc., whose job requires strength but little skill.
Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary. Examples: roustabout in a ...
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Roustabout definition, a wharf laborer or deck hand, as on the Mississippi River.
A laborer employed for temporary or unskilled jobs, as in an oil field. 2. A circus
laborer. 3. A deck or wharf laborer, especially on the Mississippi River. American
If you possess mechanical skills and have a willingness to work in a dirty
environment, you may want to consider working as a roustabout. According to the
Roustabout is typically an entry level position. General duties include loading
and offloading boats, assisting the crane operator and other crew members.
Sample of reported job titles: Floor Hand, Galley Hand, Oil Field Roustabout, ...
Rig Hand, Roustabout, Roustabout Crew Leader, Roustabout Crew Pusher, ...
Nov 15, 2012 ... This video discusses what the duties are of a Roustabout/Leasehand on an oil rig
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