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Description Skilled workers, much like the numerous roles they occupy, are often very different. In the motive power industry, and the automotive sector more specifically, there is increasing diversity among tradespeople and industry workers. And although in the past the Canadian workforce, especially the trades, was predominantly male, and most often Caucasian – thats no longer the case. In recent decades a diverse group of new Canadians, First Nations People, women, and LGBTQ+ Canadians have entered the workforce in industries where they may not have been previously represented. As a result, the Canadian workforce, industry culture, spheres of influence, and people within the automotive industry as a whole have changed. Diversity within the automotive service and repair industry now brings together not only a rich variety of ethnicities, races, religions, genders, and sexual orientations, but a host of unique personalities, experiences, skill sets, and perspectives. Appreciating and respecting difference is key to their success. Women in trades Although women currently comprise less than 2% of Canadian Automotive Service Technicians, interest and numbers are growing as traditional stereotypes and social norms change. Additionally, as young women are increasingly exposed to skilled trade pathways, like the Ontario Youth Apprenticeship Program and other government initiatives, there is an increased interest in pursuing nontraditional employment. What’s more, finding acceptance, and having the support of male role models and industry counterparts goes a long way in helping women feel welcome and valued as productive members of the automotive indusTRY HELPFUL LINKS https://youtu.be/LItq5aScL8c https://youtu.be/-PcpkHT8xaU https://youtu.be/RIRk-PDVJto
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