TASK 2: Some people think that men and women have different qualities that make men more suitable for certain jobs, and women more suitable for others. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

MY WRITING:

It is sometimes argued that gender is a crucial factor in determining qualities that are suitable for certain jobs. Personally, I completely agree with this view.


The first reason relates to physical strength. It is undeniable that males are endowed with masculinity which helps them come out on top in the labour market. Most men are strong enough to be prioritised to hard work. These could range from mechanical engineering to chemical engineering or at least compulsory military service. Females, in contrast, are always defined as the weaker sex and cannot be put in extreme conditions of work. Born with feminist perspectives on their bodies, women usually have a tendency to aim at not very heavy work.


The second reason relates to characteristics of both sexes. It is easy to catch sight of male-dominated companies where all the top management positions are occupied by men. This is probably because men have traditionally been seen as more ruthless, more able to deal with the cut-and-thrust of business while women are known as sentimental and are often affected by an array of psychological effects. Therefore, feminine features really deter females from getting access to some stressful jobs such as: physician, IT manager, surgeon,...


In conclusion, for the reason I have mentioned above, I maintain that some particular jobs require their own qualities that specially exist in males or females. Hence, both sexes need to take advantage of inborn qualities to become more productive at work.



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It is sometimes argued that gender is a crucial factor in determining qualities that are suitable for certain jobs. Personally, I completely agree with this view.


The first reason relates to physical strength. It is undeniable that Males are endowed with certain hormones that build large, muscular bodies. masculinity which helps them come out on top in the labour market. Most men are strong enough to be prioritised for manual labour such as lifting heavy boxes into and out of moving vans and carrying unconscious victims out of a burning building. They are also fit for front-line military duty, which requires them to carry very heavy equipment over long marches. to hard work. These could range from mechanical engineering to chemical engineering (Engineers mainly sit behind a compute screen running specialized application. They only need the physical strength to move a mouse around and type on a keyboard.) or at least compulsory military service. Females, in contrast, are always defined as the weaker sex and cannot be put in such demanding extreme conditions of work. Born with feminist perspectives on their bodies, (That makes no sense.) women usually have a tendency to aim at not very heavy work.


The second reason relates to emotional and mental characteristics of both sexes. Most International companies are It is easy to catch sight of (Please avoid sentences beginning with "it is" - they are not the best.) male-dominated companies where all the top management positions are occupied by men. This is probably because men have traditionally been seen as more ruthless, more able to deal with the cut-and-thrust of business while women are known as sentimental and are often affected by a mothering instinct. array of psychological effects. Therefore, feminine features characteristics really deter females from getting access to some stressful jobs such as: physician, IT manager, surgeon,...

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In conclusion, for the reason I have mentioned above, (Do not refer to your writing. The reader's memory is not that short that they cannot remember your two paragraphs!) I maintain that some particular jobs require their own qualities that specially exist in males or females. (Do not write a recommendation - the task did not ask for one. ) Hence, both sexes need to take advantage of inborn qualities to become more productive at work.


Comment (my opinion):

Women have long been discriminated against in education and society by indoctrination from childhood that girls are unsuitable for certain professions. Little girl toys are dolls and toy kitchen sets and baby carriages; little boy toys are trucks, action figures and toy rocket ships. This continuous indoctrination persists as girls grow up with any dream of being an engineer or astronaut or other "male" profession suppressed and squelched.

In the US, feminists have been fighting against these perceptions as well as laws that limit women's choices for a long time. Their efforts have paid off; women can vote in elections, women can choose engineering or science as a major in university and women can be political leaders as well as the CEOs of major corporations. It will take some time as society gradually changes its opinion and accepts the fact that women can do almost anything that men can.