December 11, 2013
November’s jobs report shows the U.S. economy added 203,000 jobs and unemployment dropped to seven percent, which is good news.
Minerals Make Life is a National Mining Association initiative created to share information about domestic minerals mining and its importance to the economy, innovation for the future and national security. This initiative will educate America’s policymakers, influencers and the public, and enable them to make informed decisions about U.S. mining.
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