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October 30, 2016

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Miner Job Description

Explosives Workers, Ordnance Handling Experts, and Blasters Place and detonate explosives to demolish structures or to loosen, remove, or displace earth, rock, or other materials. May perform specialized handling, storage, and accounting procedures. Includes seismograph shooters.

Miner Salary Statistics as of 2015

Average annual salary for a Miner is $50746 based on statistics in the U.S. as of 2015. The highest salary recorded was $72243. The lowest salary reported was $31149. These figures will vary on a state to state basis as these are averages across all 50 states.

Median hourly wage for a Miner is $25.23 based on statistics in the U.S. as of 2015. The highest hourly rate recorded was $35.92. The lowest hourly rate recorded was $15.49. These figures will vary on a state to state basis as these are averages across all 50 states.

Bonuses for a Miner are based on the years of experience using statistics from the U.S. as of 2015. The average bonus recorded was $0 from people with 15+ years of experience. The average bonus recorded was $0 from people with under 1 year of experience.

These are the highest paying states for a Miner. These numbers are based of the median annual salary as of 2015.
Nevada – n/a
West Virginia – n/a

These are the highest paying cities for a Miner. These numbers are based of the median annual salary as of 2015.
Less than 1 year –
1-4 years –
5-9 years –
10-19 years –
20 years or more –

This chart outlines the average annual salary of a Miner from the past 5 years. In 2015 the average annual salary was $50746 while in 2007 it was just $47060.95

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Gender Statistics

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Based on our stats gathered across the U.S. 98% of Miners were males while 3% were females. These numbers are based on averages across all states combined. Some individual states may have a much different ratio however.

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