The chart below shows the percentage of male and female teachers in six different types of educational setting in the UK in 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given bar chart illustrates the proportion of male and female teachers in six separate categories of educational institutions in the UK in 2010.
Overall, it can be seen from the chart that women teachers dominated in lower levels of education, such as nursery/ preschool, primary school and secondary school, whereas, men were in charge of private training institutes and universities more than women in the same sector.
Looking at the detail, while a tiny percentage of men chose to work as nursery/ preschool teachers, at 2%, women made up a far greater proportion, at 98%. A similar situation applied to primary school, the percentage of male and female teachers was respectively 96% and 4%. In terms of secondary school, there was a slighter difference between the distribution between the two genders, compared to the two cited types of educational setting. While there was 57% made up by females, the figure for males stood at 43%.
When it comes to college, the percentage of men who were college lecturers was as much as that of female lecturers, at 50%. Standing at 25%, the number of women in university doubled that of men, about 65%.