Women in 3D Printing is an organization which does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s dedicated to inspiring, supporting and promoting women using Additive Manufacturing technologies. Its “Diversity for A.M. #Q2 2018 Report” offers some interesting insights into the industry.
Smashing the glass ceiling, female representation in the workplace and the gender pay gap are currently topics of great discussion across all industries. When it comes to manufacturing and technical fields, women are less represented than men, no matter the role.
Sarah Goehrke, former editor in chief of 3Dprint.com and now owner of 3DIntegrity, wrote a report for the organization Women in 3D Printing which gives some interesting insights into the Additive Manufacturing industry specifically and offers a few solutions for ways in which we can bring more women into the workplace without dreaded “diversity hires”.
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