Top two online sources to help you find a mining job

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While mining companies are hungrier than ever for workers many applicants are finding it impossible to get work in the industry.

Scam sites, preying on the enthusiasm of workers, are also proliferating, and cheating more and more job seekers out of their time and money.

With this in mind Australian Mining has named its top two online resources for workers seeking mining jobs.

Between the two of them these websites contain a wealth of information on how to find employment, and are a great starting point for the mining job hunt.

If other job seekers know of some high quality, professional sources of information, share them with the community in the comments below.

 

Mining, Oil, and Gas jobs

http://www.miningoilandgasjobs.com

Unlike a lot of the junk out there Mining, Oil, and Gas Jobs is a professional organisation run by the resources industry.

The Australian Mines and Metals Association is the driving force behind the website, which connects job seekers, employers, industry figures, and training organisations in one place.

There’s a wealth of genuine free information for job seekers, and with its official links, workers can be assured they won’t feel cheated.

One of the best aspects of Mining, Oil, and Gas Jobs is their strong presence on social media and willingness to interact with their users.

 

The Resource Channel

http://www.theresourcechannel.com.au

Like Mining, Oil, and Gas Jobs, The Resource Channel is a professional organisation.

It’s also supported by the mining industry, with official endorsements from the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association and Minerals Council of Australia.

Whilst gaining official endorsements, The Resource Channel also keeps at arms length from specific organisations, which it claims gives it an edge with independence and objectivity.

Its newsletters are relevant and not filled with junk, and its blogs feature a wide range of guest writers producing quality content.

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