If general contractors are serious about reducing the industry’s labor shortage, they might want to start lobbying for increased funding to help train and bring in women, or invest in an advocacy campaign alerting women that job opportunities exist in the field.
A compendium of articles, research studies, and links that will be of interest to NWIR members.
Curated Forbes articles with a focus on women
Non-traditional jobs for women
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