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The mining industry, particularly the large open cut mines and quarries are always on the lookout for heavy equipment operators. The work is hard and often involves rotating shifts. There are many mines that operate 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Whilst the hours are long, and the locations sometimes remote, the pay is excellent. Because the locations are reasonably remote, the opportunity to save is good and many young operators start of in the mines where they can save their income and buy their heavy equipment machine to start their own business.
If you don’t mind working in the heat (or cold), the dust (and sometimes mud), in remote locations then starting your heavy equipment career in the mining industry could be for you. The compensation in dollar terms is certainly attractive.
ATS Heavy Equipment Training Schools can provide the training to get you started in a mining career. Check out the free online training to see if you’re ready to start an exciting career in heavy equipment.