In a joint press conference with Construction Association of Bermuda vice-president Charles Dunstan, Minister Wilson urged Bermudian construction workers to take full advantage of educational initiatives to land the jobs which do exist — pointing out a sharp decline in new building projects in the last two years meant there was increased competition for available employment openings and only the best qualified workers were being hired.

“Our goal today is to …must encourage construction industry professionals to accept the challenge of becoming competitive,” she said. “They must want to gain the technical and soft skills needed to become more employable.

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