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    :: Thursday, September 01, 2005 ::

    SHORTAGE OF 81,000 EMPLOYEES IN CANADA’S MINING INDUSTRY - Tacy Ltd., Israel
    The study's findings suggest the industry could lose up to 40 percent of the existing workforce in the next ten years. More than half of its current workforce is eligible to retire in the next five to ten years taking with them an average of 21 years of mining sector experience each. The largest percentage of workers planning to retire within the next ten years is in the skilled trades group.
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