QMEA introducing more indigenous and female students to mining careers

QUEENSLAND Minerals and Energy Academy schools had 4% of indigenous students entering mining careers, compared with just 1% of non-QMEA indigenous students,

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QRC CEO Ian Macfarlane.

Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian Macfarlane said 13% percent of QMEA female students in apprenticeships went into the mining sector compared with 2% of non-QMEA females.

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