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Gender Roles and Occupation By David Sudnik Pd 7 22801 Since human civilization began men and women have had different gender roles concerning their occupations and place in society It seems that until recently the general conception between males and females was that the male was the stronger or more superior of the two genders Some people feel that this is because of the way each gender is raised or taught by society Most people would agree that in terms of the workplace the most popular view on men and women is that men are usually depicted as the leader in the working world It used to be that many jobs were given to men more than women While it has gotten a little better today in most countries men still seem to have an advantage over women Around the 1950s and even before really Men have had a more diverse life style they could do more things Meanwhile women were sort of forced to stay home and be the homemaker while the men make the money for the family Today however it seems that men and women share more of the same roles in society Both genders work for a living and there is more equality in the workplace There is still a gap between the job types though The gender roles for men and women are still a bit different Men still seem to have the more Brute jobs like being a mechanic construction worker soldier etc while women have more conservative jobs like secretaries nurses etc In comparison to the past though men and women are starting to work lots of the same jobs There are several theories as to why the different gender roles exist but two of the popular ones are that its because of Biological aspect of our lives The other theory is that gender roles are shaped by our culture and its
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