(CNN) – This week, we're taking a special look at how women are making it "in a man's world." Construction may be largely a male domain, but women are making their mark in the building and construction trades – their hard hats breaking through the glass ceiling. Our Deb Feyerick reports for part three of our AM original series, "Making it in a Man's World."
(CNN) – This week we're taking a special look at how women are making it "in a man's world." For women on Wall Street, it has always been an uphill battle. And the great recession has only made it harder. Our Christine Romans reports for part two of our AM original series, "Making it in a Man's World."
Program Note: Tomorrow on American Morning, the hard hat is hitting the glass ceiling. Fewer than 15 percent of people employed in construction are women. And many of those jobs are behind desks. Our Deb Feyerick visits one woman on the job site who's trying to help America rebuild – at Ground Zero.
(CNN) – The auto industry has traditionally been dominated by men, but women are now making their mark in the business. At Ford, for example, an all-female team of engineers is designing the next generation of "green" cars. Our Carol Costello has their story in the first part of our original series, "Making it in a Man's World."