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RP_Etna Vol IV - On the Right Track - An Analysis of Skills and Attitudes to Technology in Scottish Further Education_JSC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East 2010_123pg

RP_Etna Vol IV - On the Right Track - An Analysis of Skills and Attitudes to Technology in Scottish Further Education_JSC Regional Support Centre Scotland North & East 2010_123pg

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In contrast to much of the rest of the sector, and indeed to the composition of other
cohorts in the ETNA survey, the technical cohort was heavily male-dominated. There were
almost exactly four male respondents to every female among the 120 replies received.

female
19%

male
81%

Fig 1: Gender

With respect to age, however, the pattern was much closer to that observed elsewhere and
heavily skewed towards the older end of the age scale. Almost 60% of the sample was over
the age of 40. The vast majority of respondents are full-time permanent members of staff.

30 - 39, 35%

40 - 49, 37%

60 or over, 3%

50 - 59, 19%

under 20, 0%

20 - 29, 6%

Fig 2: Age

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