McBrown English Thailand
29 Apr

Women and men are commonly seen as having different strengths and weaknesses. Is it right to exclude males or females from certain professions because of their gender? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

As we can see, strengths and weaknesses are varied depending on gender. It is argued whether or not it’s right to discrete each from obvious careers as a result of gender. I opine that the idea is partially correct.

On one hand, in any gender, abilities can be practised so as to enhance more skills. In this day and age, some occupations need individuals with creativity. For instance,  architects, the profession working with designing constructions with their own creativity, can be any sex whether men or women since the workers can interact with a dearth of any strengths. For another instance, the teachers are recruited for passing on their knowledge to the students without limitation on their appearances.

On the other hand, strength is still considered a must in loads of work fields because some jobs contribute to labouring without any creativity needed. For example, endurance usually outweighs ability in most athletes whose responsibility is mainly to steadily strive hard to be the winner. Moreover, during the competition, it is important to be stronger than the rivals which men are seen to be more effective. In parallel, most women are commonly seen as better at jobs that need detailed people such as an accountant, who has to verify finance every single day.

To conclude, it seems to me that some occupations should separate people by their sex in order to increase worker effectiveness because each sex has different merits and drawbacks in any side either strengths or giving careful attention.


Writer: Nutthan (Sun) Audthakapinthanon
Time spent: 120 Mins
Editor: –
Course attended: Intense