Comcast's (Nasdaq: CMCSA) New England division is stepping up efforts to recruit women to take jobs at the company as field technicians.
The MSO said it is teaming up with nonprofit group Vermont Works for Women to develop a six-week program that includes training in equipment, installation, customer service and physical conditioning. Comcast employs just three female field technicians in New England, while it counts more than 500 men in field technician positions, Rachel Jolly, director of women's programs at Vermont Works, told the Rutland Herald.
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