Table A.8
Regression results for skill-importance requirements of bachelor's degree holders, by field of study, men and women aged 25 to 34

Table A.8-1
Regression results for skill-importance requirements of bachelor's degree holders, by field of study, men and women aged 25 to 34
Table summary
This table displays the results of Regression results for skill-importance requirements of bachelor's degree holders. The information is grouped by Sex and field of study (appearing as row headers), Reading comprehension, Writing, Mathematics , Science and Process, complex problem solving, and systems, calculated using coefficient and standard error units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Sex and field of study Reading comprehension Writing Mathematics Science Process, complex problem solving, and systems
coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error
Men  
Education 0.653Note *** 0.012 0.696Note *** 0.056 -0.042Note ** 0.015 -0.176Note *** 0.012 0.773Note *** 0.012
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 0.101Note ** 0.032 0.195Note *** 0.020 -0.301Note *** 0.033 -0.215Note *** 0.027 0.071Note * 0.032
Humanities 0.405Note *** 0.019 0.419Note *** 0.043 0.060Note ** 0.021 -0.121Note *** 0.018 0.318Note *** 0.022
Social and behavioural sciences and law 0.538Note *** 0.015 0.584Note *** 0.037 0.220Note *** 0.017 -0.025Table A.8-1 Note  0.013 0.420Note *** 0.014
Business, management and public administration 0.687Note *** 0.008 0.739Note *** 0.014 0.853Note *** 0.013 -0.002 0.009 0.672Note *** 0.010
Physical and life sciences and technologies 0.581Note *** 0.019 0.521Note *** 0.042 0.452Note *** 0.024 0.932Note *** 0.035 0.461Note *** 0.020
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 0.769Note *** 0.011 0.494Note *** 0.012 0.523Note *** 0.015 0.625Note *** 0.016 0.766Note *** 0.013
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 0.823Note *** 0.008 0.706Note *** 0.009 1.202Note *** 0.014 1.398Note *** 0.014 0.919Note *** 0.008
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 0.357Note *** 0.037 0.423Note *** 0.032 0.355Note *** 0.042 0.896Note *** 0.063 0.378Note *** 0.037
Health and related fields 0.496Note *** 0.022 0.555Note *** 0.025 0.041 0.027 0.936Note *** 0.029 0.679Note *** 0.020
Personal, protective and transportation services 0.585Note *** 0.051 0.477Note *** 0.015 0.100 0.074 0.397Note *** 0.074 0.732Note *** 0.066
High school -0.553Note *** 0.005 -0.560Note *** 0.005 -0.276Note *** 0.005 -0.357Note *** 0.003 -0.433Note *** 0.006
Women  
Education 0.546Note *** 0.007 0.520Note *** 0.008 -0.156Note *** 0.008 -0.041Note *** 0.008 0.724Note *** 0.008
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 0.233Note *** 0.024 0.300Note *** 0.021 -0.153Note *** 0.035 -0.265Note *** 0.020 0.033 0.024
Humanities 0.566Note *** 0.017 0.598Note *** 0.016 0.000 0.016 -0.212Note *** 0.016 0.192Note *** 0.018
Social and behavioural sciences and law 0.632Note *** 0.009 0.678Note *** 0.009 0.050Note *** 0.011 0.007 0.012 0.329Note *** 0.011
Business, management and public administration 0.818Note *** 0.008 0.796Note *** 0.007 0.565Note *** 0.012 0.097Note *** 0.011 0.563Note *** 0.010
Physical and life sciences and technologies 0.583Note *** 0.014 0.582Note *** 0.013 0.345Note *** 0.018 0.893Note *** 0.030 0.357Note *** 0.016
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 0.814Note *** 0.017 0.695Note *** 0.017 0.576Note *** 0.030 0.471Note *** 0.031 0.694Note *** 0.023
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 0.801Note *** 0.015 0.739Note *** 0.013 1.146Note *** 0.026 1.263Note *** 0.032 0.881Note *** 0.019
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 0.516Note *** 0.031 0.559Note *** 0.028 0.378Note *** 0.042 0.823Note *** 0.067 0.392Note *** 0.040
Health and related fields 0.839Note *** 0.008 0.837Note *** 0.007 0.047Note *** 0.010 1.475Note *** 0.014 0.932Note *** 0.009
Personal, protective and transportation services 0.639Note *** 0.072 0.693Note *** 0.071 -0.080 0.067 0.176Note * 0.074 0.516Note *** 0.085
High school -0.202Note *** 0.007 -0.118Note *** 0.006 -0.027Note *** 0.008 -0.527Note *** 0.004 -0.356Note *** 0.007
Table A.8-2
Regression results for skill-importance requirements of bachelor's degree holders, by field of study, men and women aged 25 to 34
Table summary
This table displays the results of Regression results for skill-importance requirements of bachelor's degree holders. The information is grouped by Sex and field of study (appearing as row headers), Social, Technical operation and maintenance, Technical design and analysis and Resource management , calculated using coefficient and standard error units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Sex and field of study Social Technical operation and maintenance Technical design and analysis Resource management
coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error coefficient standard error
Men  
Education 0.975Note *** 0.012 -0.578Note *** 0.013 -0.502Note *** 0.013 -0.027Note * 0.012
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 0.084Note * 0.033 -0.268Note *** 0.033 0.417Note *** 0.040 0.040 0.040
Humanities 0.419Note *** 0.020 -0.332Note *** 0.017 0.143Note *** 0.023 0.256Note *** 0.025
Social and behavioural sciences and law 0.439Note *** 0.013 -0.431Note *** 0.012 0.215Note *** 0.014 0.335Note *** 0.017
Business, management and public administration 0.490Note *** 0.010 -0.592Note *** 0.008 0.409Note *** 0.011 0.590Note *** 0.011
Physical and life sciences and technologies 0.185Note *** 0.019 -0.116Note *** 0.019 0.500Note *** 0.025 0.224Note *** 0.023
Mathematics, computer and information sciences -0.080Note *** 0.013 0.029Note * 0.014 2.270Note *** 0.031 0.262Note *** 0.015
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 0.035Note *** 0.008 0.260Note *** 0.010 1.758Note *** 0.015 0.732Note *** 0.012
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 0.153Note *** 0.037 -0.010 0.036 0.374Note *** 0.044 0.331Note *** 0.034
Health and related fields 0.705Note *** 0.021 -0.251Note *** 0.018 0.096Note *** 0.020 0.340Note *** 0.026
Personal, protective and transportation services 0.538Note *** 0.069 0.058 0.070 0.115Note * 0.047 0.462Note *** 0.072
High school -0.417Note *** 0.006 0.359Note *** 0.005 -0.282Note *** 0.004 -0.187Note *** 0.006
Women  
Education 1.037Note *** 0.007 -0.652Note *** 0.003 -0.537Note *** 0.005 -0.069Note *** 0.007
Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies 0.287Note *** 0.025 -0.550Note *** 0.014 0.185Note *** 0.027 0.106Note *** 0.030
Humanities 0.444Note *** 0.014 -0.643Note *** 0.008 -0.044Note ** 0.015 0.114Note *** 0.018
Social and behavioural sciences and law 0.538Note *** 0.009 -0.656Note *** 0.005 0.056Note *** 0.009 0.209Note *** 0.011
Business, management and public administration 0.542Note *** 0.009 -0.743Note *** 0.005 0.234Note *** 0.009 0.413Note *** 0.009
Physical and life sciences and technologies 0.267Note *** 0.016 -0.275Note *** 0.013 0.198Note *** 0.017 0.128Note *** 0.015
Mathematics, computer and information sciences 0.163Note *** 0.025 -0.293Note *** 0.020 1.356Note *** 0.050 0.244Note *** 0.022
Architecture, engineering, and related technologies 0.177Note *** 0.016 0.018 0.013 1.346Note *** 0.029 0.784Note *** 0.024
Agriculture, natural resources and conservation 0.264Note *** 0.034 -0.328Note *** 0.029 0.308Note *** 0.032 0.322Note *** 0.045
Health and related fields 1.026Note *** 0.007 -0.381Note *** 0.004 0.006 0.008 0.404Note *** 0.009
Personal, protective and transportation services 0.524Note *** 0.067 -0.422Note *** 0.051 0.045 0.056 0.215Note ** 0.078
High school 0.063Note *** 0.007 -0.438Note *** 0.005 -0.381Note *** 0.005 -0.187Note *** 0.008
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