What do you already know about careers related to mining in Minnesota?
While iron mining jobs in the past were known to be physical, hard, dirty and often dangerous careers to pursue, today's highly technical careers in iron mining, while still demanding, require greater skills in problem-solving, math, science and computer application.
Minnesota's eight iron mining and processing operations employ nearly _____ men and women directly in the mines.
People employed directly in the mines of Minnesota earn an average wage and benefit package worth approximately _____ a year.
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