Appendix table 3. The most common occupational group segregation class changes among employed persons aged 18 to 74 in 2012 to 2013 1)

Occupational group Segregation class 2012 Employed 2012 Segregation class 2013 Employed 2013
4120 Secretaries (general) Female occupation 42,754 Female-dominated occupation 40,522
91123 Hospital and institutional helpers Female occupation 20,612 Female-dominated occupation 21,291
2422 Policy administration professionals Equal occupation 14,866 Female-dominated occupation 15,335
44121 Mail carriers Equal occupation 15,818 Male-dominated occupation 14,988
3334 Real estate agents and property managers Male-dominated occupation 8,510 Equal occupation 8,336
8212 Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers Equal occupation 6,342 Male-dominated occupation 6,561
3353 Government social benefits officials Female occupation 5,875 Female-dominated occupation 6,180
3113 Electrical engineering technicians Male occupation 5,114 Male-dominated occupation 4,953
3122 Manufacturing supervisors Male occupation 4,056 Male-dominated occupation 3,693
3312 Credit and loans officers Female-dominated occupation 3,059 Equal occupation 3,043
3431 Photographers Male-dominated occupation 3,092 Equal occupation 2,228
7132 Spray painters and varnishers Male-dominated occupation 2,172 Male occupation 1,623
2612 Judges Equal occupation 1,542 Female-dominated occupation 1,559
1212 Human resource managers Equal occupation 1,328 Female-dominated occupation 1,321
7224 Metal polishers, wheel grinders and tool sharpeners Male occupation 1,116 Male-dominated occupation 1,082
2120 Mathematicians, actuaries and statisticians Equal occupation 1,022 Male-dominated occupation 954
3142 Agricultural technicians Equal occupation 864 Female-dominated occupation 834
2263 Environmental and occupational health and hygiene professionals Equal occupation 570 Female-dominated occupation 534
2641 Authors and related writers Female-dominated occupation 477 Equal occupation 485
3359 Regulatory government associate professionals not elsewhere classified Equal occupation 614 Female-dominated occupation 351
1) For comparability reason more detailed levels of the Classification of Occupations 2010 have not been used for the following occupational groups: 25, 83, 233, 234, 265, 342, 351, 752, 931, 2132, 2153, 2635, 2642, 3221, 3259, 3334, 3412, 3435, 4229, 4323, 5120, 5311, 5322, 7421, and 8182.

Source: Employment Statistics, Statistics Finland

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Updated 23.10.2015

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