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Morgan recruits its highest number of female graduates

Posted 14 March 2017 · Add Comment

At a time when UK industry is reportedly losing 50,000 talented young girls a year from science, technology and engineering jobs, one materials manufacturer is reversing the trend after recruiting a record number of females onto its Graduate Leadership Programme.



Morgan Advanced Materials, which specialises in the development and application of advanced material technologies, has announced more than 50% of its latest graduate intake is comprised of women from all over Europe.

This is a significant increase on the company’s previous graduate recruitment campaign of which 20% of recruits were female.

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