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Student Behind the Books


Student Behind the Books
Student Behind the Books

What is a nontraditional career for women?

A nontraditional career for women is one in which women comprise 25 percent or less of total employment. Examples include architects, computer programmers, detectives, chefs, barbers, clergy, engineers, machinists, truck drivers, fire fighters, aircraft pilots, and construction trades. Check out this interactive chart from the U.S. Department of Labor that shows you employment vs. earnings of females and males in various occupations.

Did you know?

Did you know artificial intelligence is changing our workforce? Pretty soon employers will be looking to hire Imagery Analysts and Interactive Chatbot Designers. Check out this article on Forbes to learn more.

Random Fact

75% of flight attendants are female while only 7% of pilots are female. Interesting.

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