Construction has been overwhelmingly male-dominated. However, efforts to bring in more women have begun gaining momentum in the last decade. The skilled labor shortage has forced an industry-wide reckoning of sorts, part of which has … about Opening Doors for the Next Generation of Women Builders
Women in Construction
Turner staff and project partners volunteer to teach and mentor students. They also provide job site tours. Students visit the same job site on a regular basis. This way, they can see the development of … about Building Bright Futures One Student at a Time
Given the construction sector’s imminent skills shortage, it's hard to understand why there are still so many barriers for women entering, and remaining, in the industry.
Over a quarter of Australian tradies are earning an admirable $100,000 a year, according to recent data. Furthermore, the closer they work to the CBD, the better is their chance of achieving these salaries.
Construction has long been a male-dominated industry, but times are changing. New attitudes, new technologies, and new ways of building are creating a construction environment more open to women than ever before. Still, you often … about How to Create a Female-Friendly Culture that Women Want to Join
Women in construction today make up just 9% of the workforce, a figure that hasn’t changed much in WiOPS National Board President Holly Cindell’s more than three-decade career in the industry. Being in such an … about WiOPS: Opening Doors for Women in Construction
There’s been a lot of talk recently about women’s participation in the construction industry to help with the lingering labor shortage. Like most things these days though, it’s complicated. One question the industry can’t avoid … about What Does Future Hold for Women in Construction?
Jobsite spoke to nine construction leaders who are paving the way for future generations of women in the building industry. The women, who range from a project manager to CEO, offer sage advice for women of … about 9 Women Construction Leaders Share Their Best Career Advice
A new report from the University of NSW Sydney researchers has investigated why large construction companies are failing to attract, retain and support the progression of women professionals and what they can do about it. … about Building Gender Equality into Construction Industry
When Nancy Novak was a young girl, she would often accompany her father, a construction superintendent, to his job sites. Those visits sparked her interest in pursuing a career in the field where she has … about Inspiring Construction Careers Through STEM