Posts Tagged ‘U.S. mine’

There are conventionally 2,080 work hours in a year.  Thus somebody earning a wage of $20 an hour gets the equivalent of a salary of about $42,000.  Considering the mine manager makes about $100,000 to $150,000 a year, it is interesting to take a look at actual wages paid to miners in the United States in 2011.  The following numbers come from the CostMine report 2011 Survey Results, U.S. Metal and Industrial Mineral Mine Salaries, Wages and Benefits(more…)

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Here from the new survey by CostMine entitled 2011 Survey Results, U.S. Metal and Industrial Mine Salaries, Wages and Benefits are some salaries.   I cannot possibly repeat the copious information in this new survey.  Instead I repeat below some of the salaries in jobs and places that interest me, and which I hope interest you.  You will need to purchase the full report to get all the salary and wage data.  (more…)

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