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Young Women and Good Jobs: Changing Attitudes to Engineering #100yearssuffragettes

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Following on from our post earlier this week on young Muslim women and the Good Jobs Campaign, meet Sanna Shabir, 22, from East London, who is an Engineering Technician working at Atkins Global, a leading Design, Engineering and Project Management consultancy.

 

 

 

 

 

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Young Muslim Women and Citizens UK's Good Jobs Campaign

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Reshma, 20, a student at the University of Westminster, is doing a placement at Citizens UK as part of their Good Jobs Campaign. To mark #100years since women got the vote, Reshma discusses the role of the campaign in providing opportunities for young Muslim women and how there's still some way to go before women across society are treated fairly and equally.

 

 

 

 

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Good Jobs Campaign Responds to McDonald's Pay Rise News

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The Good Jobs Campaign have released a statement regarding the news that McDonald's workers will receive a pay increase, after the first strike in the company's history. This pay rise will impact thousands of young workers – yet employees under the age of 25 are still not entitled to the real Living Wage.

 

 

 

 

 

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Do the Maths

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A riddle:

Ahmed, Bianca, and Christopher, work full-time in the same shop in London. They work the same number of hours, serving the same number of customers, with the same job description. Their friend Davina also works full-time, with a similar job description, for the shop next door.

Ahmed earns three-quarters of Bianca’s wage, and two-thirds of Christopher’s. He earns £10,304 less than Davina every year. Why?

 

 

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Khadija's Story

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This year, 33 students from TELCO member colleges are taking part in Pathways to Creative Industries, run by the Good Jobs Campaign.

The programme, delivered in partnership with creative advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy, is designed to build the skills and connections necessary to forge a career in the creative industries.

Khadija, a student from Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets, told us why she is taking part in the programme.

 

 

 

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