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Industry Associations Launch Career Website in Water Niche

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As part of a campaign to boost recruitment and stem an expected 30% retirement rate, the Water Environment Federation and the American Water Works Association announced on June 7 the launch of a new joint website, www.WorkForWater.org, which focuses on careers in water-related industry sectors. The site has landing pages for high school, vocational and college students, second-career and retired-military job seekers, and advanced science professionals, the groups say. The site is a gateway to many existing recruiting and retention resources but seeks new contributions as well.

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