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Women could be the solution to mining's skills shortage

SKILL Shortages Special Series: As mining companies contend with ongoing labour shortages and also struggle to recruit the next generation of talent, one group could provide a solution to both problems: women.

 Young women are deserting mining-related studies at greater rates than young men

Young women are deserting mining-related studies at greater rates than young men

Females account for only 12% of the global mining workforce, according to a recent World Economic Forum study. Similarly, they accounted for just 18% of Australia's mining workforce in 2020/21 and 16%...

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