by Duluth News Tribune
November 19, 2012 at 2:39 am in Duluth News Tribune
The exact breakdown of how many jobs will be trimmed at each location has not yet been determined, according to Sandra Karnowski, Cliffs’ district manager of public affairs.
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Mining has always been work when the mines are open and find other ways to feed your family when there isn’t work- if you go into mining with thoughts of permanent employment you are going into it with the wrong ideas. When there is work the times are good, when you don’t it can get bad after the unemployment winds down. That is why so many miners moved wests or south west where the work was – or like when the Pioneer Mine in Ely shut down in the 60’s- a lot of the guys went to work in the African mines and sent their pay checks home. This new mining, if once started, will be the same- it always is. work when there is demand for the ore, fish and hunt and garden when there isn’t.
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