Tag: diversity

Study Shows More Women Employed in Construction Industry

November 01, 2020

A new study from Smart Asset used Bureau of Labor statistics to assess the workforce, comparing 2015 to 2019. The number-three fastest-growing job for women in the United States was construction manager. In 2015, there were 49,400 in that position, while in  2019, there were 99,400, an increase of 101%. The number of female civil […]

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NCARB/NOMA Study Finds Architectural Field Lacks Diversity

September 01, 2020

The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and the National Organization for Minority Architects (NOMA) partnered to collect data on equity in the process of becoming an architect. The study found that a person of color is 7% more likely to drop out of the path to licensure than a white person on the […]

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“Be That One Guy” Program Fights Sexual Harassment

May 01, 2020

When Vicki L. O’Leary, a union ironworker, heard about the 2017 beating death of union carpenter apprentice Outi Hicks on a worksite following days of harassment, she and fellow ironworkers formed the “Be That One Guy” campaign. The psychological violence of workplace harassment, O’Leary says, is a safety concern that the Occupational Safety and Health […]

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RCI Female Membership Grows

February 01, 2019

One of RCI’s main goals is to increase the diversity of its membership. Its outreach to women may be seen in its recent collaboration with National Women in Roofing. RCI Interface is also dedicated to recruiting more female authors to publish in the pages of this journal. We believe that female participation, perspective, and energy […]

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