The graph chart provides a breakdown information of the six distinguishable types of educational setting, in the UK in 2010. The chart classified teachers in both genders and measured in percentage.
It is noticeable that there are some huge gaps between male and female regarding teaching.
A closer look at the data reveal that the female teachers preferred Nursery/Pre-school, the primary school and the secondary school. If the story is about the Nursery, females were almost the only type of teacher, and thus, 98% out of 100%. The primary school had the similar story, the vast majority teachers were females. The percentage of the female teachers were 95%, whilst the rest was obviously male's one, a 90% difference. Secondary school, female teachers were still leading with its 56% and the male teachers took the rest 46%. The college had both genders, each with 50%.
Male possessed highest percentage in the private training institute and the university. The first place, which is the private training institute contained more than half male teachers. The percent was 56 compared to the female's roughly 46%. In the university, it is conspicuous that men outnumbered female. This is because 70 % teachers in the university were male, whereas 30 % was the percentage of the female teachers.