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Costmine has been surveying US mining companies for their wage and benefits since 1983, expanding to include salary data in 1986. Our report includes data from precious, base and ferrous, industrial mineral, aggregate, and coal mining operations across the United States.
This comprehensive report provides valuable information on compensation practices throughout the mining industry in the U.S. It contains mining salaries, wages, and benefits from 114 precious, base and ferrous metal, industrial mineral, aggregate, and 51 coal mines across 42 states.
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The mines included in these reports cover a broad range of size and types. All of the mines are identified by state or regions, size, number of employees, and whether union or non-union. Mine names are not included. In past years U.S. coal mines and U.S. metal and industrial mineral mines were in separate reports.
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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.
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 includes demographic information, short country profiles with pertinent labour information and a comparison of salaries from our previous surveys.
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