5 Reasons Women Should Consider a Career in Construction

AKI MERCED | November 15, 2019

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One of the biggest challenges in almost all industries today is achieving gender parity. Gender diversity provides huge benefits in the workplace. While some industries have made significant advancements in gender diversity, some industries lag further behind and the construction industry is well-known for being in the latter category.

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