The pie chart illustrates information on the trend of employment of men and women in the United Kingdom in the year 1992.
, In female general labourers contributed the least to the economy,
clerical or related was the most significant activity. In comparison, the male has the largest contribution in the field of managerial and professional employment and the smallest in general labourers.
Females accounted for 1% of general labourers enterprise and males had a slightly more of 1%. Other manual jobs for a female is 3% but male employees were eightfold times more in that enterprise. Managerial and professional women employers are 29%
gentlemen are 36%.
Craft or similar field comprises almost 27% of female job holders and 26% of male. In clerical or related enterprises females play a crucial part and make 31%
gentlemen are just 6%. Other non-manual jobs of gentleman and female are 6% and 9% respectively.