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Women in Construction tackling the misconceptions

While perceptions of construction may be that it is still very manual, male-orientated and a dirty industry, it can offer huge and rewarding opportunities for women who want to carve a career out in this sector.

Following International Womens Day on 8 March, Wates Construction Framework Manager, Sarah Seabright and Production Management Trainee Rebecca Shiels, both based in the North West, outline their thoughts on what being a woman in construction means to them at the different stages of their careers, as well as discuss how the industry can do more to encourage more girls into the industry.

Find out what they has to say by reading the full article on BDaily News.

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I knew I wanted to work in a challenging, fast pace environment, which makes a real difference to peoples lives. Construction offers this and more.
Rebecca Shiels
Production Management Trainee, Wates Construction

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