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Representatives of universities, industry and government met last week to thrash out new ways of making construction-related jobs more attractive as careers for young people. 'The number of school-leavers applying for construction courses in higher education has been declining rapidly and courses are closing as a result, ' said John Hobson of the DTI. The group examined pay, employment conditions, career progression and industry support for part-time students.

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