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Australia Mines Apprenticeships Jobs and Employment

The Australian mining industry is a progressive and long-standing one, with it's roots in the coal mines of Newcastle. Australia is the world's largest exporter of coal, and it is also responsible for over 85% of the country's electricity production, so the industry isn't about to slow down. Mines apprenticeships are available to the right sort of person, with employers paying very highly for entry-level jobs. With a range of possible positions, there is something to suit almost everyone.

If you think mining jobs are all dusty, laborious ones, you'll be pleased to know there are positions such as truck driving, mechanical, electrical, and other mines apprenticeships on offer. These are all professions that come with the opportunity for advancement, as well as the ability to carry on with them in the future, as opposed to more mine-specific jobs such as drilling. With mines in every state in Australia, there a plenty of options for the type and location of job you want to get in to.

There are two types of mines that are designed to extract a range of minerals and metals from the ground. Underground mines in Australia are used mainly for products like coal, copper, zinc and gold, with the deepest hard-rock mines being the Mount Isa mines in Queensland. Open pit mines are used either when the mineral is close to the surface, or when the ground is too unstable to tunnel in to. Both types of mines have mines apprenticeships available, but you need to know which ones are offering this type of on-the-job training.

Our service specialises in assisting people looking for mines apprenticeships and other entry-level mining jobs. We provide current information on the types of jobs available and what training might be needed to improve your prospects. The staff here have an extensive background in helping people get an edge over the other applicants, so you know you'll get the best possible advice.

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