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June 8th, 2014
thesmithian

There used to be a lot of coal miners, but not any more…it’s a job that was destroyed by technology long ago, with only a relative handful of workers—0.06 percent of the US work force—still engaged in mining.

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    I think this is very interesting! Will the climate change policies on reducing emissions actually kill jobs?
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    My dad worked in the coal mines when he was in college, and went on to teach coal mining engineering to college students...
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