The bar chart illustrates the proportion of total workers on various occupations in Great Britain based on gender over a 12-month period in 2015. Overall, it can be seen that there are 9 categories on profession in which woman dominated on white-collar jobs, while blue-collar jobs were partaken by man.
Moving to white collar jobs, administrative and secretarial were the first-rank for female, approximately 22%, compared to one in twenty for male. More than a tenth of woman worked as sales and customer service, professional and technical community, and managers and senior officials, while man as manager and senior professional showed a high rate approximately 17%, followed by less than 15% in other blue-collar jobs.
A 2015 experienced that the majority of boys was handled in blue-collar jobs which showed by a fifth male on skilled trades, with more than 12% male worker as professional, operator of process, plant and machine, and catering assistant and labour. In addition, the portion of men on personal service witnessed the same percentage of female in trading and operating, roughly 2%. While both female professional and catering worker were similar percentage, they also expert on personal service, almost 15%.