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Table 1 Industry classification according to gender composition

From: Development of job demands, decision authority and social support in industries with different gender composition – Sweden, 1991–2013

Industry SNI 2002 category and code SNI 2007 category and code Proportion of women in SWES (1991–2013)
Education • Education (M) • Education (P) 77.30%
Health and social care • Health and social work (N) • Human health and social work activities (Q) 86.85%
Labor intensive services • Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles, personal and household goods (G)
• Hotels and restaurants (H)
• Other community, social and personal service activities (O)
• Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G)
• Accommodation and food service activities (I)
• Arts, entertainment and recreation (R)
• Other service activities (S)
• Administrative and support service activities (N)
52.65%
Knowledge intensive services • Financial intermediation (J)
• Real estate, renting and business activities (K)
• Information and communication (J)
• Financial and insurance activities (K)
• Real estate activities (L)
• Professional, scientific and technical activities (M)
45.93%
Public administration • Public administration and defence; compulsory social security (L) • Public administration and defence; compulsory social security (O) 53.81%
Goods and energy production • Mining and quarrying (C)
• Manufacturing (D)
• Electricity, gas and water supply (E)
• Mining and quarrying (B)
• Manufacturing (C)
• Electricity, gas and air conditioning supply (D)
• Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities (E)
26.51%
Machinery operations • Agriculture, hunting and forestry (A)
• Fishing (B)
• Construction (F)
• Transport, storage and communication (I)
• Agriculture, forestry and fishing (A)
• Construction (F)
• Transportation and storage (H)
21.03%