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On average, employees at Southwestern Energy stay with the company for 3.3 years. Employees most commonly join Southwestern Energy after leaving Halliburton. When they leave Southwestern Energy, they most frequently get their next job at Polycom.
|Average Length of Employment|
Marathon Oil4.0 years
Devon Energy3.3 years
Southwestern Energy3.3 years
Chesapeake Energy2.9 years
|Top Employers Before Southwestern Energy|
Exxon Mobil6.9 %
U.S. Navy6.9 %
|Top Employers After Southwestern Energy|
Noble Energy9.2 %
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Stan BerryCommunity Relations Manager
Greg KerleyChief Finance Officer
John GarganiVice President
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