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A lot of the jobs on the construction projects of the Trump administration are women.

And a lot of them are paid less than men.

The Trump administration is in the midst of implementing a massive construction plan in Oklahoma that includes hiring more women than ever before.

But it’s also going to put the finishing touches on a massive new workforce that’s going to be crucial to building the American dream.

A new report by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that for every job on the projects, there’s an additional two women who were not part of the original construction team.

This creates a “significant imbalance” that creates “significant gender wage and salary gaps,” according to the GAO.

“In the case of women on the new Oklahoma projects, the pay gap in 2016 was $5.8 million, and it will be even larger for 2017,” the report said.

When women are hired on construction projects, it’s because they have a positive attitude and drive to succeed, according to Rebecca A. Shaffer, a senior researcher at the McKinsey Global Institute who led the research.

Women are typically given the responsibility of making sure the project is done on time and on budget, which is a major factor in a project that is built in a very competitive and high-cost environment.

In order to be successful, a project needs to have a team of people who are committed to delivering a project on time, Shaffer said.

They need to be able to follow through on their commitments and follow through when things don’t work out.

On average, a company that’s hiring more than 50 percent women in the construction industry will have a wage gap of $9,300 per person.

The GAO found that the pay gaps were higher for projects that were not constructed with a women-led team, which typically pay a higher salary.

According to the report, the Trump-backed Oklahoma project has already raised a record $25.5 million for a rehabilitation of the Osage Nation’s community college.

This comes as the state is preparing to begin the construction of a $50 billion wind farm in Oklahoma City.

Some of the projects in Oklahoma are expected to be completed in 2020.

However, Shaver said that construction jobs aren’t necessarily good for women.

She said that there are more opportunities in construction and construction-related industries for men and women.

“It’s important that people think of the construction sector as an industry that benefits women and people of color,” Shaffer told Business Insider.

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