According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2011), of the Americans employed in management occupations, 51.4% are women, 8.4% are Black, and 7.5% are Hispanic.
Breaking this number further, of the reported chief executives, 25.2% are women, 2.7% are Black, and 4.1% are Hispanic. Construction workers are invariably male, with only 2.3% women, 5.9% Black, and 29.4% Hispanic.
Looking at the site, it appears women dominate in certain industries, in particular, as social and human service assistants (82.4%), as paralegals and legal assistants (84.3%), preschool and kindergarten teachers (97.7%), and as maids and housekeeping cleaners (88.6%), and hairdressers (93%). In many jobs, the presence of women were negligible, such as mining machine operators (1.6%), roofers (1.1%), carpet, floor and tile installers (.5%) and construction managers (6.1%). It is interesting to note, that women, making up 50.8% of the population (U.S. ...
This detailed solution discusses the presence of women and minorities in specific occupations in the U.S. It gives examples from the Bureau of Labor Statistics website.