Studies have shown that graduate salaries in mining are an average of $30,000 higher than salaries elsewhere.
Once you’ve got the basic academic qualifications for a career in mining, the question becomes: how can you differentiate yourself from everybody else with the same qualification?
Fossil fuels may be finite, but innovative technologies and a global marketplace are ensuring opportunities remain open to graduates for the long haul
Because the mining industry is now in a state of flux, some jobs with traditionally secure career prospects now face uncertain outlooks
It's obvious how studying engineering, geology, or the physical sciences can lead to a job in mining. But here's another 5 'non traditional' academic fields that are also common in the mining sector
We’ve been able to speak to grads who successfully applied for mining sector jobs. Here are five insights they had about the recruitment process.
To help get a sense of what the life of a mining professional might actually look like, we’ve compiled feedback from graduates who have recently started their own careers in mining, oil & gas.
GradAustralia met with Hannah Wiseman to learn about life on the job as a Graduate Process Engineer at South32.
Mining is an inherently risky occupation. As such, it’s natural to wonder how dangerous your own career in mining might be.
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