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    Quote Originally Posted by notquitesupermum View Post
    How do you mean he put the application is a a qualified tradie?
    On the websites when they are seeking specific trades or advertise career opportunities they want people who are qualified. He wasn't but couldn't find any opportunities for apprenticeships in the mines so he replied to the ads for qualified tradespeople but let them know he was looking for an apprenticeship. Not long after they replied, went over his application, interviewed him via Skype and he got an apprenticeship. I think he earns around $70k in his 1st year and works 2 months onsite 1 month off. I would find that tough but he doesn't mind.

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    Errrr just applied for one that said u need experience and got a reply saying how it was stated in the add they dont accept ppl who dont have experience :s

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