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The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has launched two new social networking groups to bring women and young people together as they develop their careers in the rail industry.
The Women in Rail Network and Young Rail Professionals Network LinkedIn groups will provide a space for focused discussion to support career development and participation for women and young people in the industry.
Caroline Wilkie, chief executive ARA said now was the perfect time for rail professionals to build their networks online as more of us were working remotely.
“With so many of us spending more time working away from the office, this is the ideal opportunity to build your social networks and be part of the discussion on the future of our industry,” said Wilkie.
This article first appeared on impactpub.com.au
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