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29 U.S.C. § 2507 - U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 29. Labor § 2507. Study of barriers to participation of women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations

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(a) Study

With funds available to the Secretary to carry out the operations of the Department of Labor in fiscal years 1994 and 1995, the Secretary shall conduct a study of the participation of women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations.  The study shall examine--

(1)  the barriers to participation of women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations;

(2)  strategies for overcoming such barriers;

(3)  the retention rates for women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations;

(4)  strategies for retaining women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations;

(5)  the effectiveness of the technical assistance provided by the community-based organizations;  and

(6)  other relevant issues affecting the participation of women in apprenticeable occupations and nontraditional occupations.

(b) Report

Not later than 2 years after October 27, 1992, the Secretary shall submit to the Congress a report containing a summary of the results of the study described in subsection (a) of this section and such recommendations as the Secretary determines to be appropriate.

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