By Stephen Eisenhammer, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The average salary of workers in Brazil’s oil and gas industry rose 27.6 percent to R$215,000 (US$106,000) per year, between October 2010 and October 2011, a recent report by the recruitment agency Hays affirmed.
The report placed Brazil and Australia ahead of 51 other countries which formed part of the study, saying the wages were on a par with those in the United States.
“Brazil is at the crest of a wave. I believe that this level will rise or remain stable, at the . . .