A look at women in US construction

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The U.S. construction industry reported growth in more than two-thirds of major metro areas last year. This is good news for job seekers, or at least some of them.
Figures compiled by the U.S. National Women’s Law Center show women hold less than three percent of all construction-related jobs in the country, a number that hasn’t changed in decades. CCTV’s Chris Casquejo filed this report from Portland, Oregon.
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A look at women in US construction

A look at women in US construction

Figures compiled by the U.S. National Women's Law Center show women hold less than three percent of all construction-related jobs in the country, a number that hasn't changed in decades.


Victor Wang on vocational jobs
Victor Wang spoke with CCTV America’s Phil Yin about vocational training and jobs. Wang is a Professor of Educational Leadership and Research Methodology at Florida Atlantic University and the co-editor of the International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology.

Victor Wang on vocational jobs

Victor Wang on vocational jobs

Victor Wang spoke with CCTV America's Phil Yin about vocational training and jobs. Wang is a Professor of Educational Leadership and Research Methodology at Florida Atlantic University and the co-editor of the International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology.