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Women in the Construction Industry 2016 (Randstad report)

last modified May 11, 2016 09:24 AM

Recruitment company Randstad have published a report on Women in the Construction Industry following on from their Women in Work report which looked at gender divide and equal pay.

Key statistics are that:

  • Women are expected to make 1/4 of the UK’s construction workforce by 2020
  • Attitudes towards equal pay and workplace flexibility still persist
  • Pay packets have risen 6% per year for women in the industry
  • 41% still believe they earn less than men on the job

The full Women in the UK Construction Industry report can be downloaded from the Randstad website:




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