Saturday, May 23, 2015
Instructing A Class Sml   According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 44 percent of the construction workforce is age 45 or older and nearly one of every five construction workers is 55 or older. This statistic has caused the Association of General Contractors of America and others to focus on bolstering the employment ranks.
College Readiness Sml   As a career and technical education (CTE) instructor for more than 35 years, I have experienced a myriad of systemic change within education.
Saftey Pays Sml   Despite its statistical improvements over the past five years, the construction industry remains a hazardous industry according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.
Women Construction Sml   It is no secret that the construction industry has always been a very male-dominated profession. Even today, with more women working in the field than ever before, just take a quick glance at any construction site and you will see that there is still quite an uneven ratio of men to women.
Women Workers Sml   As construction companies begin to see contracts return, skilled workers are in short supply, and the industry is beginning to undergo what Steven Hankin of McKinsey & Company calls the “War for Talent.”
Construction Workers Sml   Despite years of discussions about current and impending workforce shortages, industry-wide commitment to developing the construction workforce has not been obtained. The issues are far from resolved and are intensifying as other industries compete for the same limited pool of craft professionals.
Erin Worthington Sml   Erin Worthington Training Specialist Marathon Pipeline LLC

Erin Worthington has been employed by Marathon Pipeline since 1979. Her first 22 years at Marathon were spent as a field operations technician.
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