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Skills Profiles

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Different genders, same skills …

Different genders, same skills

People sometimes avoid nontraditional careers because they're thinking about who works in the occupation and not what the job would actually be like. But did you know that some male-dominated careers use the same skills as some female-dominated fields?

Skill Profiles are graphs of which skills are most or least required by occupations. You can learn about how similar occupations are to each other by comparing their skill profiles. You may find some surprises.

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  • The skill profile for Registered Nurses (92% female) is similar to the skill profile for Civil Engineers (11% female).
  • The skill profile for Construction Managers (6% female) is similar to the skill profile for Meeting & Convention Planners (80% female).
  • The skill profile for Firefighters (4% female) is similar to the skill profile for Personal & Home Care Aides (87% female).
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