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Australian Mining Minning Jobs and Employment

With mine sites currently operating in every state of Australia, mining is fast becoming one of the most popular industries in the country. Not only are minning jobs well paid, but the mines are known for their ability to let people work their way up the job ranks. As well as the fantastic career opportunities associated with minning jobs, the work rosters allow for generous time off the mine site, meaning you have plenty of time to relax between your weeks on site. If these aren't great reasons to find minning jobs, there is also the fact that you can start at an entry-level position and end up qualified in a highly skilled role with excellent pay. Not many industries give workers the chance to earn while they learn, as apprenticeships and training positions are fast becoming a thing of the past. Luckily, minning jobs are one career area that offers entry-level jobs that will actually take you somewhere, not to mention the fact that they are more highly paid than similar jobs in other sectors.

Minning jobs are becoming more popular due to media exposure and word-of-mouth, but the mining industry has been part of Australia's economy for longer than you may realise. Coal mining started in the late 18th century, when the fuel was discovered near Newcastle. Following that, the gold rushes of the mid 1800s played a large part in providing minning jobs for workers in Australia. Since then, the industry has only continued to grow and produce more and more job positions, as Australia now mines a large range of materials such as silver, copper, zinc, uranium, iron ore, opals and diamonds.

Whether you're interested in minning jobs near you, or in other parts of Australia, you may want advice on such things as FIFO positions, the type of training needed for your desired roles, the salaries that come with the jobs you're keen on, what the travel and accommodation arrangements are, and which costs are covered by the mining bosses. Mining Australia has years of experience assisting people with finding minning jobs in this popular and fast-growing sector of Australia's economy. We can tell you everything you need to know about where and how to find minning jobs near you, or further afield. If you want to maximise your chances of gaining employment in the mining industry, contact us to find out more.

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