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Mining News Pro - Western Australia expects to create around 3000 data science jobs over the next decade, according to a report prepared by the state’s Data Science Innovation Hub and KPMG.

Mining News Pro - The South Australian Government’s Building on our Strengths energy and mining strategy is expected to deliver 25,000 to 30,000 additional jobs to the state by 2030.

Mining News Pro - New Hope Group forecasts that 500 jobs could be created, and a further 125 jobs saved, if the New Acland coal mine in Queensland finally wins a stage three approval.

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government has put a number of reforms into place to strengthen the state’s mining sector, including a focus on extending the life of old mines.

Mining News Pro - Employment in the mining sector has remained strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Minerals Council of Australia study.

Mining News Pro - Diamond mining giant De Beers is likely to have to cut jobs, its chief executive said on Thursday, as it outlined plans for an overhaul of its business after the coronavirus hit jewellery demand.

Mining News Pro - Graphite miner Syrah Resources on Thursday said that it would reduce the headcount at its Balama operation, in Mozambique, by 65% in an effort to preserve cash.

Mining News Pro - The Queensland resources sector has remained strong during the COVID-19 pandemic, experiencing just a 1 per cent drop in jobs during the March quarter, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

Mining News Pro - South Africa`s Sasol plans to cut jobs and end West African oil operations as part of a business revamp, the petrochemicals producer said on Thursday, adding it had also agreed a deal with lenders to relax borrowing rules.

Mining News Pro - The discovery of alluvial diamonds in the unique secondary deposits of the Middle Orange River downstream of Hopetown in South Africa in 1867 was the catalyst that initiated the development of the mining industry in Southern Africa.

Mining News Pro - The Queensland Government is fast tracking the CopperString 2.0 high voltage transmission line to provide cheaper power and turbo-charge investment across the North West Minerals Province.

Mining News Pro - Unemployment rates for geoscientists continued to rise in the 2020 March quarter, however fears of a severe impact to the sector from COVID-19 has not yet transpired, according to the Australian Geoscientist Employment Survey.

Mining News Pro - Nathan River Resources has received further approval to move the Nathan River iron ore project in the Roper Gulf region of the Northern Territory into the next stage of development.

Mining News Pro - A survey on Australian resources employers has identified that nearly half (47 per cent) have no plans to reduce their workforces at this stage.

Mining News Pro - Miner and commodities trader Glencore (LON:GLEN) is closing up its Brunswick Lead Smelter in Canada’s New Brunswick province by the end of the year, as the unit has become “uneconomic” since the mine closed six years ago.

Mining News Pro - Job seekers in Queensland can be confident as vacancies are at their highest since January 2014, with a 5.3 per cent rise in March 2019.

Mining News Pro - Mining industry employees and jobseekers are prioritizing a work-life balance when they look for a new role or when they start feeling dissatisfied in the position they are in.

Mining News Pro - Barrick Gold Corp has laid off more than half of its staff at the company`s Toronto head office, while its long serving director Anthony Munk is stepping down, the Globe and Mail reported on Friday.

Mining News Pro - Job vacancies in the mining and resources sector fell 3.9 per cent in November as the end of the year is approaching, according to the latest DFP Recruitment report.

Mining News Pro - Albemarle Corp’s proposed Kemerton lithium plant in the South West region in Western Australia has received its environmental approval from the state government.

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