Category Archives: The New Rosie

The Rosie the Riveter Strategy Today

The media keeps telling us that skilled workers are hard to find so it must be true. In this article, “Can’t find skilled workers? Try this American strategy from World War II” operations strategist Rebecca Morgan suggest that corporations implement … Continue reading

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Her Grandmother was a Rosie the Riveter!

One of the most amazing things about writing for the CarmenElectrode blog is writing profiles of some amazing women, and getting some great stories. I love the idea of the torch being passed from Grandmother to Granddaughter! Grandmother’s Stories Inspired … Continue reading

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Future Rosies at Camp

From WLWT t.v. in Cincinnati: Camp Teaches Girls About Carpentry, Welding ‘Rosie’s Girls’ Learn Technical Skills CINCINNATI — A group of area girls is learning to adopt a can-do attitude at a YWCA summer camp. Rosie’s Girls, named for the … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to Rosie the Riveter?

I’m fascinated by the image of Rosie the Riveter versus the reality, that only a small percentage are women ( a number that is falling in these tough economic times): In 2007 women accounted for 6% of employed welders according to … Continue reading

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