Stay competitive by comparing your wages, benefits, and bonuses to those of mining companies in other countries.
This exclusive guide provides an inside look at salaries for 2,303 exploration managers, geologists and GIS/drafting personnel working in the industry. In addition to salaries, the report also includes demographic information, short country profiles with pertinent labor information and a comparison of salaries from our previous surveys.
Whether your company is located in Canada, the United States, Latin America, Africa, Asia or Australia, this guide will help you design competitive compensation plans for your domestic, national and expatriate employees; estimate your exploration budgets; and compare your compensation package to those of other countries.
This report is the result of two surveys, each focusing on employment in the mining industry. 57 exploration offices responded to the first survey which was conducted between June 2013 and January 2014. The second survey, the InfoMine International Mining Industry Salary Survey, was conducted on InfoMine’s careers website from May 2012 to October 2013. All of the responses are included without mention of companies’ or individuals’ names.
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This report contains the full results of our annual survey of compensation practices at U.S. mining companies. Our report includes data from 51 coal mining operations and 114 precious, base and ferrous, industrial mineral, and aggregate mines in 42 states.
This report contains the full results of our annual survey of compensation practices at Canadian mining companies. Our report includes data from 68 metal, diamond, industrial mineral, aggregate, and fossil fuel mines in 9 provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan.
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