Money Gen Y losing interest in mining: Evolution

17:08  27 november  2017
17:08  27 november  2017 Source:   MSN

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Gold miner Evolution Mining says the industry desperately needs to make mining more attractive to younger job seekers to deter them heading to the likes of Facebook and Google. Our workplace crisis. ‘No job’s worth losing your life’.

Home. Breaking News. Young job seekers lack interest in mining . Gold miner Evolution Mining says the industry desperately needs to make mining more attractive to younger job seekers to deter them heading to the likes of Facebook and Google.

Evolution chairman Jake Klein says the industry desperately needs to make mining more attractive to the younger generation of workers. © Shutterstock Evolution chairman Jake Klein says the industry desperately needs to make mining more attractive to the younger generation of workers. Gold miner Evolution has warned of a sharp fall in the number of new miners, saying younger generations are losing interest in the industry and are attracted to jobs at companies like Facebook and Google.

Chairman Jake Klein says the industry desperately needs to make mining an attractive career option for young people again, citing concern that there were just eight mining engineering enrolments at the University of NSW in 2017 - the lowest in 40 years.

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Gold miner Evolution has warned of a sharp fall in the number of new miners , saying younger generations are losing interest in the industry and are attracted to jobs at companies like Facebook and Google. Chairman Jake Klein says the industry desperately needs to make mining an attractive

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"We need to compete with the allure of the likes of Facebook and Google to attract and retain the best and brightest talent back to our industry," Mr Klein says in a speech for the company's annual general meeting on Thursday.

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