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Men Still Lag Behind in U.S. Jobs Recovery (June 6, 2014)

By Annalyn Kurtz
CNN Money

"So far, the data don't bare out a story of a mass movement of men switching to the health care and education. When the recession began, 77.5% of the jobs in these two industries employed women. As of May, that number fell to 76.8%, barely any change.

'The number of men moving into traditional female dominated fields is a trickle rather than a surge,' said Ariane Hegewisch, a study director at the Institute for Women's Policy Research. 'We do not know whether there will be a tipping point at some stage.' "

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