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September 13, 2012

Coal Jobs Could Rebound After 2020, Report Says

The Charleston Gazette — Appalachian coal jobs are expected to decline over the next dozen years, but could rebound and even increase after 2020 as mine production stabilizes at lower levels, according to a new analysis by the West Virginia Center for Budget and Policy. Read

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