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What do we know about men working in social care?

November 15, 2017

This Sunday is International Men’s Day.


Here we share with you what we know about men working in social care.


We estimate there are 1.45 million people working in adult social care, 18% of whom are male, which is equivalent to 240,000 jobs.


Our data estimates that males are more likely to work in senior management (33%) and support and outreach roles (25%). Only 10% of occupational therapists were reported to be male and only 14% of registered nurses were male, and registered nurses with 14%.


Males are more likely to work in adult day services (25%) and adult community care (24%). Domiciliary care services have the lowest proportion of male workers at 16%. This is consistent across both local authority and independent services.


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