Check out this article originally published by The Planning & Building Control Today website on July 21, 2017.
"Getting women into the construction industry is a challenge, but one that must be addressed. OSC examines the factors that are holding female workers back
Current male-to-female statistics in the UK paint a concerning picture. According to IET a mere 9% of the engineering workforce is female, while union UCATT said the labour force for construction suggests barely any improvement on this figure, with only 11% represented by females. UCATT goes on to report that just 1% of workers on site are female. With this in mind, it’s become increasingly important to encourage women into the male-dominated construction and engineering industry to tap into new skill sets, opinions and experiences that women bring to the table.
So, what can be done to address this issue?"
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