Human Resources The Mining Association of Canada

A strong, sustainable mining industry requires a strong, sustainable workforce. The Canadian mining industry has a lot to offer those looking for a rewarding, highpaying career across a huge spectrum of jobs from mining and mineralprocessing to marketing to finance to engineering. The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) supports the work of the Mining Industry Human Resources Read More »

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Canadian Mining Industry Canada`s Key Industries

Canadian Mining Industry The mining industry in Canada has grown exponentially in recent years, with many job opportunities opening up to local and foreign workers. There are currently over 800 mines across Canada, employing more than 363,000 workers.

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Mining Australian Jobs

Mining is an important industry in terms of its export revenue, but it is a relatively small employing industry (accounting for around 2% of Australias jobs). Mining employment has fallen for much of the past five years, but has recovered strongly over the past year. Fulltime work is very common in this industry. Employment is concentrated in Western Australia and Queensland

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Minerals Sector Employment Natural Resources Canada

Source: Labour statistics consistent with Statistics Canada (System of National Accounts table 3610048901). Employment by industry. In the mining and quarrying industry, Footnote 5 there were a total of 71,010 jobs in 2017, representing an increase of 4,700 or 7.1% from 2016. This increase in employment was the result of 10 mines opening or reopening (), which offset job losses caused by

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Facts and Figures of the Canadian Mining Industry

Figure 23: Capital Expenditures in the Canadian Mining Industry, 2009 2018i 45 Figure 24: Minerals Sector Employment, by Subsector and Product Group, 2017 53 Figure 25: Representation of Women in Mining Industry and All Industries, Selected Occupations and All Occupations (2011 2016) 53

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Help Wanted: 100,000 Workers Needed to Sustain

A conversation with Ryan Montpellier, Executive Director at Canada's Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR)Canada's mining sector is facing an uphill battle. Almost half of the present workforce is over 45 years of age and 60,000 people will retire in the next decade. Another 25,000 to 30,000 people will leave for other reasons. As a result, almost 100,000 new workers will be needed

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