The bar chart indicates The bar chart compares the proportion of teachers of both genders in six types of educational institutions in the UK in 2010.
the proportion of teachers' gender in Nursey/Pre-school, Primary school, Secondary school, College, Private training institute and University. This research was conducted in the United Kingdom in 2010 .
It is noticeable that the female teachers dominate as the highest percentage to compare with men teachers who have reverse figure. However, College is occupied by balance figure between male and female teachers.Overall, male teachers dominated in advanced levels of education. On the contrary, up to secondary school, the percentage of female teachers were higher than than of male counterparts.
The percentage of women teachers who taught at Pre-school and primary school was highest percentage at just above 80 percent, while the total of male teachers recorded the lowest percentage by approximately 5%.The proportions of female teachers in pre-school and primary school were the highest data in the chart with approximately 90% each. Oppositely, the corresponding figures for men were significantly lower, both of which were under 10%.
Standing in contrast, men who are being teacher at university showed the significant increase to more than 60 percent people.Meanwhile, there was a remarkable difference in the proportion of men and women at university, with male teachers consituting over two thirds of the teaching staff.
In secondary school, women accounted for over half of the teaching staff while in private training institute, the percentage of men was slightly higher.
A closer look at the data reveals that, teachers who gave contribution in Secondary School were led by females as the higher percentage than males figure, exceeding the teachers' figure of Private training institute was reverse
Interestingly, there was balance proportion between men and women teachers who were worked as a teacher in College at around 50 percent teachers.College is the only academic institution that has equal proportions of teachers of both genders.