Women have surpassed men to hold more jobs in fields with negotiation and critical-thinking skills

13 February 2020

Getty Images ’On average women have moved into higher skill jobs — they’ve moved into jobs that were traditional male.’ Women are making gains in the workforce where it matters most, and it’s paying off in the form of bigger paychecks. Over the past few decades, women have moved out of jobs as food prep workers and administrative assistants and into roles as nurses, sales managers and lawyers, a new analysis by the Pew Research Center found.

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