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Shipping steps up initiative to involve women

With a new year and a new decade, the time has come for a real push to attract and retain female talent in the maritime industry that has long been dominated by the traditional male mindset. Opportunities in the sector abound, not just in seafaring, but also shore-based jobs, such as chartering, operations, and science and technology, but the key is to attract young talent at school-going age

The campaign to encourage more women into shipping is transforming from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘need to have’, according to the head of Danish Shipping

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