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Turning 20: How Recruiting Helps #BalanceTheEquation
GE recently announced its goals to have 20,000 women in technical roles by 2020. It's a bold challenge, but one that a company with the scale of GE can take on. We've Got More Work to Do GE’s Marco Annunziata, Chief Economist, and Kimberly Chase, Global Economist, outlined the importance of these efforts in a white paper published online: In the U.S. today, women account for 47% of total employment, but just 27% of manufacturing employment. These percentages are even lower in the engineering...Read More