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Graduates with a Mining-Related Degree Are among the Most Employable and the Highest Earners

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AS A NEW SCHOOL-YEAR APPROACHES, COLLEGE-STUDENTS ARE PONDERING THEIR JOB-PROSPECTS--AND ARE THINKING HARD ABOUT THEIR CAREERS.  ACCORDING TO RECENT EMPLOYMENT-REPORTS, GRADUATES WITH DEGREES THAT APPLY TO THE MINING-INDUSTRY ARE SOME OF THE MOST-EMPLOYABLE PEOPLE--AND CAN EARN SOME OF THE HIGHEST INCOMES--IN THE COUNTRY.  THE "NATIONAL MINING ASSOCIATION" SAYS THAT GRADUATES FROM SPECIALIZED MINING-SCHOOLS CAN EXPECT STARTING SALARIES AT AROUND 65-THOUSAND DOLLARS, A YEAR; THEY OFTEN CAN ALSO CLIMB INTO THE SIX-FIGURE RANGE, FOR EXPERIENCED WORKERS.  IN ADDITION TO HIGH SALARIES, THE MINING-SECTOR OFFERS JOB-STABILITY:  MINING IS ONE OF A HANDFUL OF EMPLOYMENT-SECTORS THAT CAN EXPECT TO CONSISTENTLY ADD JOBS FOR THE NEXT 20 YEARS.  IN A TIME OF ECONOMIC-UNCERTAINTY, DEGREES IN MINING-ENGINEERING, METALLURGY, AND GEOPHYSICS ARE HIGHLY VALUABLE.  TO LEARN MORE, VISIT "MINERALS-MAKE-LIFE"-DOT-ORG.


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