Six-figure salaries and $10,000 sign-on bonuses on offer as miners seek 2000 young staff  


Australia’s mining sector is facing an ‘unprecedented’ shortage of workers and has responded by offering outrageous salaries and bonuses to secure talent.

In Queensland auto electricians can start at around $140,000 while a number of roles such as metallurgist, automation engineer, apprentice heavy diesel fitter and geologist all command between $100,000 and $130,000.

The worker shortage has led some companies, such as mining services firm Thiess, to offer a $10,000 sign-on bonus and a $5,000…



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