Skilled trades are not just a man's world

May 2012
South Asian Post;5/10/2012, p23
The article reports on the growing preference of many women of British Columbia towards the non-traditional careers in the skilled trades as indicated by increasing number of women apprentices in construction and transportation companies.


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