Women in teaching-related professions, Canada, 1996 and 2006
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|Total – All teachers||667,990||435,820||232,170||61.8||65.2|
|Professors and teaching assistants at the university and postsecondary level||125,410||57,680||67,725||39.3||46.0|
|Teaching and research assistants at the postsecondary level||68,515||35,535||32,975||48.6||51.9|
|Teachers at the college level and in vocational schools||103,200||54,755||48,445||51.6||53.1|
|Teachers at the college level and other upgrading program instructors||103,200||54,755||48,445||51.6||53.1|
|Teachers at the secondary, primary and preschool levels and guidance counsellors||439,375||323,380||115,995||68.7||73.6|
|Teachers at the secondary level||161,095||92,295||68,805||50.6||57.3|
|Teachers at the primary and preschool levels||261,675||218,740||42,935||81.2||83.6|
|Guidance counsellors and educational counsellors||16,605||12,350||4,255||64.4||74.4|
|Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2006.|
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