While males who had master’s degrees accounted for 60%,females with the same qualification made up 40%.
Males with master’s degrees accounted for 60%.In contrast,40%of people holding master’s degrees were females.
60%of those who held a master’s degree were men,compared with only 40%of women.
The percentage of males with a master’s degree(60%)was more than that of females(40%).
There were more males holding master’s degrees than females(60%and 40%respectively).
More males held master’s degrees than females,with 60%and 40%respectively.
A larger percentage of people who held master’s degrees were males(60%),while the figure for females was just 40%.
The percentage of males who had master’s degrees,at 60%,exceeded that of females,at 40%.
Males holding master’s degrees outnumbered females,60%versus 40%.
Men constituted 60%of master’s graduates,20%higher than the figure for women.
Almost 1.5 times as many men held master’s degrees(60%)as women(40%).
The percentage of women who had master’s degrees was two-thirds of that of men,40%versus 60%.
The most considerable gender difference can be found at the postgraduate level,where 60%of those who had a master’s degree were men,compared with 40%of women.
There was a noticeable gender difference in master’s degree holders,60%of men as opposed to 40%of women.
Comparatively,the percentage of men with master’s degrees was higher(60%),1.5 times more than that of females(40%).
Comparatively,the percentage of women with master’s degrees was smaller(40%),two-third of the figure for their male counterparts(60%).
The percentage of males having master’s degrees represented 60%,which was 20%more than that of females.
A degree which was less commonly held by females was master’s,with 40%,while males accounted for 60%.
The gender difference at postgraduate level was obvious,as 60%of master’s degree holders were males and the rest were females
Although men constituted 60%of all master’s degree holders,women made up only 40%.
Master’s degree,a certificate more commonly held by men,consisted of 60%of males and 40%of females.
With a much higher percentage of 60%,males who held master’s degrees were obviously more than females(40%).
The percentage of male holders of master’s degrees was much higher,accounting for 60%of the total.
The situation was reversed/similar in the figure for master’s degree holders,where more males had this qualification(60%)than females(40%).
More men reached postgraduate level,with a figure of 60%,as opposed to 40%of females.
More males graduated with a master’s degree,at 60%,and this was 20%more than females.