Chile Miners

August 5, 2011 by staff 

Chile MinersChile Miners, The 33 miners trapped in the copper mines of Chile for 69 days are mostly unemployed one year after the traumatic event, reports the Associated Press.

According to the newspaper El Mercurio, 15 miners are unemployed, seven regularly give motivational talks, three fruits and vegetables sold in the street, two have small grocery stores and four have gone underground to hit the rock and copper gold for a living. Others cannot work due to ongoing psychological symptoms.

Despite rumors that the miners got rich media interviews, most pay only trips, hotel stays and gifts, the AP reported. The miners do not enjoy books written about them either. And even though it recently reached an agreement with a Hollywood agent to an authoritative book and film, who have not received any money from it.

Miners and Pedro Cortes Claudio Y?? Ez have had to sell their bikes for lunch. Franklin Lobos, who was a professional football player earlier in life, is coaching youth leagues of the city, but rather be a pilot mine Soccer Chile, the channel reported.

Bolivian Carlos Mamani, the only foreigner in the group, went bankrupt after his father-in-law tried to cash and 33,000 per interview. Edison Pena, who ran the marathon in New York and appeared on U.S. television, he told The Mercury that has been difficult to maintain the cult of celebrity in progress. According to the document, Mamani told his wife that his life “is as dark as mine.”

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