It’s a tough job, but you might be able to make it work, at least if you’re willing to work a full day a week at the minimum wage.
The average coal miner makes $11.70 per hour, or $7.65 per hour more than minimum wage in New York.
But the job is a lot harder than that.
The work you do is very hazardous.
The mines are often on the brink of collapsing due to poor management and unsafe conditions, and the workers are exposed to toxins like arsenic and cadmium, both of which can cause cancer.
In a country that spends billions on healthcare, the risks of coal mining are a major concern.
In recent years, coal mining has seen a rapid expansion, with the mines being expanded in every state, from Pennsylvania to Arkansas to Wyoming.
The biggest coal mines in the country have been in Wyoming, Wyoming has a population of about 16 million people.
The largest mine in Wyoming is located in Marcellus Shale, the second largest mine is in Pennsylvania, and one of the largest mines is in Arkansas.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wyoming is the sixth-largest coal producing state in the nation, with about 11.5 million workers.
According the American Association of Coal and Gas Employees, there are approximately 790,000 coal miners in the US.
According a 2015 survey by the Bureau, about 90 percent of miners in New Jersey have a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The median annual income of a coal mining worker is $46,600.
The US Department of Labor estimates that about 3 million people die each year from coal mining accidents, and according to the Department of Energy, the average life expectancy of a worker is 77.
Coal mining also produces about 4.3 million tons of CO2 emissions per year, the majority of which comes from the power plant itself.
So, if you want to make a living as a coal worker, here’s what you should know about it.
What’s the difference between a mine and a coal plant?
Mining involves blasting away rocks with explosives and blasting the ore down to a smaller, more manageable size.
The process is called “digging.”
The more powerful the explosives used in the mine, the more likely it is that the rock is going to break off and fall into the water or into a mine shaft.
The smaller the ore, the lower the risk.
Coal plants typically have three to four large underground pits, and they’re usually surrounded by tunnels to protect workers.
Mining jobs are typically low-paying and don’t usually involve heavy machinery.
Coal miners make about $11 per hour.
What about working for Walmart?
The average US coal miner earns about $23 per hour in a job that includes health insurance, paid sick leave, and vacation time.
That makes Walmart the sixth highest paid employer in the U.S. The company offers benefits for coal miners, including health insurance and paid sick days, paid vacations, and paid vacation pay.
What do the benefits mean?
Workers in coal mining jobs are usually compensated on a sliding scale based on their level of work experience.
The higher the pay, the better the benefits, the higher the compensation, and so on.
What are the benefits that you get?
Some of the benefits include health insurance for miners, paid vacation and paid leave, paid holidays, paid hours off, and other compensation.
What kind of benefits are offered?
The federal government provides a number of subsidies for coal mining and its related industries.
The federal tax credit for coal is $3,000 per ton.
This means the average miner can get $2,500 in tax credits and $3 in paid sick time.
The employer-provided paid sick and vacation pay is available for up to six weeks of service, and is worth $7 per hour per week for coal workers.
There are also paid sick day programs for all coal miners.
These are paid for on a per-week basis.
How much does a coal mine worker earn?
There are different types of jobs in coal mines, ranging from the relatively unskilled and hazardous ones to the well-paying ones.
In an average mine, a coal operator makes between $19 and $39 per hour and is typically paid $11 to $16 per hour depending on the type of mine.
Coal workers have to be trained in mining, though some are hired as a “spotter,” looking out for mines with unsafe conditions.
According its website, the UESP Coal Jobs Program offers “a competitive compensation package” that is paid based on the number of hours worked.
It says that in the coal industry, a spotter “provides valuable insight to miners and managers as to what type of equipment and work environment is most likely to create the highest rate of safety and environmental compliance.”
How much do they make?
In 2016, the Bureau calculated that the average pay for a coal mines worker in the contiguous United States