Regression results for social skill-level requirements, college graduates
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Description for Chart A.6
|Field of study||Men||Women|
|Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies||-0.088||0.125|
|Social and behavioural sciences and law||0.160||0.041|
|Business, management and public administration||0.319||0.204|
|Physical and life sciences and technologies||-0.177||-0.005|
|Mathematics, computer and information sciences||0.208||0.035|
|Architecture, engineering, and related technologies||-0.316||-0.051|
|Agriculture, natural resources and conservation||-0.373||-0.189|
|Health and related fields||0.200||0.246|
|Personal, protective and transportation services||0.089||0.021|
|Sources: Statistics Canada, 2011 National Household Survey; and U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Information Network (O*NET) version 17.0.|