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Seeking Project Management Staff to Complete ELECTRI Research Survey

Jun 30, 2017

The electrical construction industry is facing a shortage not only of skilled labor, but also of construction managers.  A study sponsored by ELECTRI International is being conducted by Texas A&M University to help electrical construction recruit and retain managers effectively and learn how women and minority participation could be increased.  Please pass this email along to your Project Management and Management Staff and ask them to complete the survey below!

Follow this link to the Survey:

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