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Name an occupation in which women dominate.?

Teaching. Nursing. What else? Interesting - so far all relate to the social/interpersonal fields. Purpose of question - to see which fields women wish to work in. Is it discrimination that men are not in equal numbers in these occupations?

Asked By: gateman - 1/31/2009
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...home care, day care, tellers, hairdressers, paralegals, file/office/billing clerks, housekeeping, waitressing, occupational/physical therapists, accountants, human resources, librarians, word processors, make up artists, dietitians, dental hygienists/assistants, tax preparers, audiologists, civil engineering... More
Answered By: Izzi - 1/31/2009
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Public relations.
Answered By: Rio Madeira - 1/31/2009
 
Secretaries
Answered By: Kellie - 1/31/2009
 
Human services.
Answered By: orangechakra - 1/31/2009
 
Masseuse (seriously, have you EVER seen a male masseuse???) ... How 'bout writing, social work/counselling, fashion designing and/or hair styling?
Answered By: Bald is beautiful - 1/31/2009
 
Striping/Prostitution Look for the people with the thumbs down...Am I WRONG! I wasn't trying to put women down as this happens to be a fact.
Answered By: Maxi R - 1/31/2009
 
Family and marriage counselling.
Answered By: Mr VanHuizen - 1/31/2009
 
Surrogate Mothers
Answered By: Jane - 1/31/2009
 
physchics... havent u noticed all the best physchics an mediums in the world r women??? women got a much closer conexion to the spirit world than men... More
Answered By: Gold Digger - 1/31/2009
 
Secretaries. About half doctors, I believe. But the main reason women don't dominate in many fields, is because traditionally, women stayed home while men worked in most fields. //////// There are male masseuses.
Answered By: green6es - 1/31/2009
 
Maids and waitresses
Answered By: Ryde-on - 1/31/2009
 
Cocktail servers.
Answered By: ThomasRNV - 1/31/2009
 
anything she would put her mind to do there are no limits just the same as men we only limit our self's when we listen to those who tells us why we can't do what we dream. and as far as a male masseuse i have had great ones. women mechanic's, male manicurist, women football coaches. men dance teachers that were not gay... More
Answered By: borah - 1/31/2009
 
Do people even do any research here or do they just jump to general conclusions? Opinions are like a s s holes. Everyone has one. And they are of limited usefulness... More
Answered By: miss schlonky - 1/31/2009
 
Cheerleaders
Answered By: PrinceValiant66 - 1/31/2009
 
Firstly it would have to be shown what the reasons were for domination of an occupation by one sex or the other, and whether it was something to do with natural ability/inability or deliberate exclusion etc. That is the underlying implication of this question... More
Answered By: Karlsson-on-the-roof - 1/31/2009
 
Clerical. Modeling. Motherhood.
Answered By: Dick Thick - 1/31/2009
 
Raising kids. Very tough job, they don't get paid for it either, and its 24 hours 7 days a week.
Answered By: Wonders? - 1/31/2009
 
Different women will want to work in different fields. Much like men, their choices will differ with the individual. Traditionally women dominate entertainment fields. Acting, live theatre and dance.
Answered By: Samworld - 1/31/2009
 
I think teaching, nursing, social work, childcare, libraries, are predominantly female occupations. and years ago when I worked for a large magazine publishers, the staff on all the magazines was largely female, not surprisingly as they were all women's magazines. The retail trade tends to have a lot more women than... More
Answered By: Louise C - 1/31/2009
 
Midwifery, nursing, kindergarten teacher, primary school teacher, secretarial, hairdressing, beautician, masseuse, general office workers
Answered By: Mabel B - 2/1/2009
 
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