The construction sector is at the heart of our lives: construction enterprises and their workers build the homes we live in, the roads on which we travel and the buildings we work or learn in. European citizens spend on average over 90% of their time indoors, meaning that our health and well-being strongly depends on how our buildings are built, maintained and renovated.
Sustainability, robot dogs, new technologies for training and education are rapidly changing the image of the construction sector, which is sometimes still perceived as physically challenging, dirty, or dangerous. The second public event organised by the Construction 2050 Alliance, which gathered 200 participants, showed that construction is a sector that can offer many opportunities toContinue reading “The construction sector as an opportunity for new talent? YES!”
Construction is still perceived as physically difficult, dirty, dangerous, often related to illegal situations (corruption, undeclared work, etc.). Young people usually don’t consider construction as their main priority for a professional career, but rather the last alternative. Parents often don’t propose such a perspective to their children and also advise centres don’t have it asContinue reading “The programme of our next event “The EU Construction sector: Opportunities for new talent” is out!”
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