A day in the life of a Russian diamond miner in Siberia, who wakes up at 5:30 a.m., spends 9 hours a day in the mine, and gets 76 vacation days a year
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Innokentiy Nogovitsyn is a Russian diamond miner in Siberia.

The 30-year-old works for Alrosa, the world's largest diamond miner by volume.

Nogovitsyn wakes up at 5:30 a.m. every day, takes a 30-minute bus ride to work, and spends nine hours each day in the mine.

In his job monitoring methane levels, airflow, and temperature in the underground diamond mine, Nogovitsyn walks more than 9 miles, or 15 kilometers, each day.

Because of his dangerous job, Nogovitsyn gets 76 vacation days a year, which...

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