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41347 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



According to Text I, when asked about their choice of the oil and gas industry,
  • a)
    all the interviewees pointed out the relevance of having a green job.
  • b)
    all the women felt really committed to solving the nation’s energy problems.
  • c)
    all the interviewees mentioned that the challenges of the field attracted them.
  • d)
    just one of the women commented that she was attracted by the location of the job.
  • e)
    no interviewee considered the salary an important factor for accepting the job.

41348 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



In Text I, using the interviewees’ experience, it can be said that getting a job in the O&G industry can result from all the following situations, EXCEPT
  • a)
    participating in a job fair.
  • b)
    taking part in O&G Industry interviews.
  • c)
    applying to specific job ads via internet sites.
  • d)
    attending a university where major oil companies look for prospective employees.
  • e)
    getting previous experience in an internship program with an O&G organization.

41349 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



In Text I, according to the answers to the third question in the interview,
  • a)
    Woman 1 implies that every day is the same for her, since she performs exactly the same tasks routinely.
  • b)
    Woman 2 complains against her very boring schedule at the office, dealing with strictly technical issues.
  • c)
    Woman 3 always works off hours and does not get involved with the operations in the field.
  • d)
    Woman 4 has negotiations with the international branches and gets involved in commercial and technical issues.
  • e)
    Woman 5 does not need to worry about preparing written materials nor deciding on last-minute technical issues at nights or on weekends.

41350 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



Based on the meanings of the words in Text I,
  • a)
    major (line 22) and main express opposite ideas.
  • b)
    headquarters (line 40) could be substituted by main office.
  • c)
    smart (line 51) and intelligent are antonyms.
  • d)
    enhance (line 66) and reduce express similar ideas.
  • e)
    prospective (line 84) and former are synonyms.

41351 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês





The sentence, in Text I, in which the boldfaced expression introduces an idea of addition is
  • a)
    “Although far fewer women work in the oil and gas (O&G) industry compared to men, many women find rewarding careers in the industry.” (lines 1-3)
  • b)
    “I chose the oil and gas industry because of the challenging projects,” (lines 17-18)
  • c)
    “Even though my Master’s thesis was more geared toward environmental studies,” (lines 31-32)
  • d)
    “as well as other business relationships abroad.” (lines 76-77)
  • e)
    “but there are times when I get calls at night or on weekends from a rig or other geologists for assistance with a technical problem.” (lines 91-94)

41352 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês


n Text I, the expression “turn down” in “I couldn’t turn down the great starting salary and a chance to live in New Orleans” (lines 12-14) could be replaced, without change in meaning, by
  • a)
    refuse
  • b)
    take
  • c)
    accept
  • d)
    request
  • e)
    understand

41353 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



The only fragment from Text I that presents a series of actions exclusively performed in the past is
  • a)
    “I chose the oil and gas industry because of the challenging projects, and I want to be part of our country’s energy solution.” (lines 17-19)
  • b)
    “I held that position for three years. I left that company to join a new startup company where I hold the position of president.” (lines 46-48)
  • c)
    “My first job in the oil and gas industry was an internship with Mobil Oil Corp., in New Orleans. I worked with a lot of smart, focused and talented geoscientists and engineers.” (lines 49-52)
  • d)
    “At the office, I am involved in the daily business operations and also stay closely involved in the projects and the sales efforts.” (lines 77-80)
  • e)
    “On most days I work on my computer to complete my projects. I interpret logs, create maps, research local and regional geology or write documents.” (lines 87-90)

41354 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



The main purpose of Text II is to
  • a)
    teach prospective workers how to prepare cover letters to impress employers.
  • b)
    advise the readers about the importance of researching for open jobs in institutional websites.
  • c)
    criticize job candidates who are excessively confident and feel that the world owes them something.
  • d)
    alert the readers to the importance of joining a professional association to have free access to their events.
  • e)
    list relevant hints for those interested in entering the job market and building a successful professional life.

41355 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



The fragment that closes Text II, “be aware that you will need to roll up your sleeves and work hard for the first couple years, and you will be rewarded in the end.” (lines 23-25), implies that one must
  • a)
    make an effort to commit totally to one’s job in the initial phase, in order to reach success in the future.
  • b)
    wear formal clothes to work so that, as years go by, a couple of top-rank officers can recognize one’s worth.
  • c)
    accept jobs with severe routines only in order to obtain early promotions.
  • d)
    avoid postponing assigned tasks and wearing inappropriate clothes in the working environment.
  • e)
    show commitment to the working routine and demand the rewards frequently offered to senior employees.

41356 CESGRANRIO (2012) - Petrobrás - Engenheiro Agrônomo Júnior - 2012 / Inglês



Concerning Texts I and II, it is possible to affirm that
  • a)
    neither text points out ways to get rewarding jobs in the O&G industry.
  • b)
    both texts discuss strategies to ask for promotion in the O&G industry.
  • c)
    both texts present ways of starting successful careers in the O&G industry.
  • d)
    only Text I encourages prospective employees of O&G industries to plan their careers in advance.
  • e)
    only Text II provides hints on how to give up highly-paid jobs in the O&G industry.