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Should More Women Work In Construction In The United States?
More women should work in construction in the United States
There aren't enough women in construction in the USA.
Women have been proven to be capable at construction work.
If a woman is qualified and wants to work in the field and there is work available, they should be able to work.
The presence of women on construction sites mitigates the stereotypes of construction workers.
The US has economic issues right now and hiring women could resolve them.
Construction trade unions do nothing to encourage or recruit female workers despite federal guidelines.
Governmental support should be given to employers for employing women, to counter stereotypes and discrimination.
Opening construction to women allows women to have more variety of job options and directions (a.k.a. more industries) to choose from when deciding to work.
Construction worker jobs are less likely to appeal to a woman.
More women should work in construction if they want to, and they shouldn't if they don't want to. Freedom of choice doesn't support this affirmative claim.
Construction is man's work.
Women do not have the physical strength to do this work.
The presence of women on construction sites makes it dangerous for male workers.
There is already too much sexual harassment on construction sites without adding women workers to the mix.
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