The Young Technical Graduate After the War

CIM Bulletin1943
THE primary objective of the young graduate, after the war, will be to obtain a suitable position within the Industry, with adequate pay and opportunity to advance. The positions available to meet this demand will depend on the magnitude and organization of the industry. The size of the mining industry, in particular, will depend on a number of factors, including depletion; new discoveries of mineral deposits; beneficiation of new kinds of mineral deposits, based on research; technical improvements, also based on research, enabling the mining of lower grade deposits; and complex social factors.
Keywords: beneficiation, British Columbia, Department of Mining Engineering, Elmore Philpott, Metallurgy, Control, Controls, Deposits, Discovery, Improvement, Improvements, mining, Research
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