view of a woman as a custodian of the hearth, tutor and tutor survived until so far, such professions as teacher, nanny, teacher at higher education institution, etc., are often chosen by ladies. Women work in schools and kindergartens, as well as tutoring and helping to raise other people’s children. For some of them, such labor becomes one way of implementing maternal instinct.
Often, it is the representatives of the beautiful half of humanity who go to work for orphans, as well as are engaged in the education and development of children with disabilities in mental development. Such work is always in demand, because many children lack the warmth, love and care that a woman can give.
Finally, one of the most sought-after occupations remains the profession of nursing. Moreover, it is not uncommon for women to work in hospices: let them not save a person’s life, but they have the power to calm down, comfort the dying and his loved ones, help to live the last days without pain. Compassion in hospice employees is combined with a very strong will and the ability to forget about their problems, putting the first place of care for the sick person.
Other sought-after women’s professions
Some of the most interesting and sought-after women’s professions are related to the modeling business. Stylists, make-up artists, photo models, mannequins – all these options are perfectly suitable for talented girls who dream of becoming famous. Model agencies constantly conduct recruitment and willingly cooperate with promising mannequins. They also seek help from professionals who can create spectacular images.
Women are perfectly adept at turning hobbies into a high-paying profession. In particular, the work of seamstresses, as well as the services of craftsmen in knitting, scrapbooking, felting. Many professions associated with needlework allow women to work at home, which is particularly convenient for young mothers.
Finally, the professions of flight attendants and conductors are widespread and always sought after. Of course, men can take such jobs, but representatives of the strong half of humanity are much more likely to perform other functions in transport: they become pilots and machinists.