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 How much do onshore oil rig jobs pay?

Answer According to May 2008 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean hourly wage for onshore oilfield workers known as roustabouts is $15.70, or $32,660 a year. Roustabouts are the industry's e... Read More »
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Why would any Australian support onshore processing?

It doesn't make any sense ...in my opinion if people who have entered Indonesia LEGALLY with papers all of a sudden claim asylum WITHOUT papers they have already processed themselves & should be p... Read More »
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Why does the coalition insist of have offshore processing when its proven to be more expensive than onshore?

These answers (so far) have all the usual cliches. Queue-jumping, turn-back-the-boats, let-them-drown, low-priority etc etc.Australia has had refugees risking their lives to get here after every wa... Read More »
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How much do oil rig jobs pay?

Roustabouts and roughnecks, which are the entry-level manual labor oil rig jobs, earn $30,000 to $40,000 onshore (in the United States) and $47,000 or more offshore (overseas). More experienced wor... Read More »
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Labor's onshore refugee processing = more deaths and 10x cost of Howard's refugee spend. What to do?

I'm not a lawyer and have no idea if they're right or not but the government seems to believe that the Malaysia Solution and offshore processing in general can be made legal but they must have the ... Read More »
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