by Sakshi Udavant
Did you just graduate? Or are you looking for a major that will help you build a successful life doing what you love? Research has shown that we spend over 70% of our days working. So obviously, choosing the right job matters. But how do you decide what to do? With so many options to choose from, it is okay to be confused.
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We have written this guide for men like you, to help you figure out the right job for you.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of the most common jobs for men:
Were you surprised to see this at the top? Or did you expect it?
Global statistics show that there are 9.2 million doctors and 18.1 million nurses worldwide.
Being a doctor has always been considered one of the most respectable professions in the world. So, whether you are passionate about saving lives or would love that hefty paycheck, being a doctor is one of the most common jobs for men around the world.
Nearly 80% of software developers are males. Software development is a lucrative field with plenty of job opportunities and high salaries. The median pay for software developers is well above $1,00,000 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Do you love watching courtroom dramas? If so, you must have seen how many movies and TV shows have a male lead as the lawyer. That’s true in real life too.
Even though the statistics are slowly changing, law is still a mostly male-dominated field with drastically more men working in courtroom positions.
Families all over the world push their children, especially males to pursue engineering because of the vast job opportunities available in the field. This is also one of the fields where the male to female ratio is slowly changing, but today, it is still a male-dominated field.
Whether you have watched a fire situation in movies or real life, you can see how most firefighters are men. The dangers associated with the job often push families to discourage their female children to pursue this profession. As a result, the field is significantly male-dominated today.
When choosing a job, it always helps to consider your own interests. Rather than chasing some distant “lucrative” industry, doing what you love will more easily pave the way for a successful career.