Engineering sector must attract more women, government says

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Engineering sector must attract more women, government says

Call comes after week-long roundtable on women working in transport led by Department for Transport Permanent Secretary Bernadette Kelly

The government has today called for greater progress in encouraging women to pursue an engineering career, following a week-long Department for Transport (DfT) roundtable on women's employment across the...

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