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On average, employees at Black Stone Minerals stay with the company for 1.9 years. Employees most commonly join Black Stone Minerals after leaving Northside Hospital. When they leave Black Stone Minerals, they most frequently get their next job at Cape Fear Valley Med Cent.
|Average Length of Employment|
Linn Energy2.4 years
Taco Comfort Solutions2.0 years
Black Stone Minerals1.9 years
|Top Employers Before Black Stone Minerals|
Northside Hospital12.5 %
|Top Employers After Black Stone Minerals|
St. Joseph Hospital11.1 %
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