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Mining offers the highest weekly wages in Australia

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Arrow Mining offers the highest weekly wages in Australia

The mining industry in Australia pays the highest wages in the country, according to the latest figures published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The ABS Employee Earnings and Hours Report, which is published every two years, showed that average take home weekly earnings in the industry was $2,388.20 as of May 2012 and the [...]

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