These numbers place Brazil in 1 together place with other countries as for the access to the education, in the research of the ONU divulged for the Global Gender Gap Index 2008, that evaluates the difference between men and women in 128 countries. In this same research when the work market is evaluated, Brazil still is in 72 position of ranking world-wide, the situation worsening when the evaluation is the wage equality, the position of Brazil is 100 (MORALES, 2010). Barroso and Melo (1980, p.47) affirm that the woman increases gradually the years of study that the masculine public, but the growth does not have the same ratio when it relates to the income inaqualities. Bruschini and Lombardi (2000, p.64) affirm that the unemployment tax is bigger between the women, and same with higher pertaining to school level they still earn less than the men even though to develop functions equivalents. The difference in the monthly average income between the men and women of same escolaridade is of about 30% more for the men. Exactly with many changes in the general picture of the situation of the woman in relation to the education and the market of work and although the feminine presence in all the areas of the knowledge, still exists the segmentation for sex how much to the areas of ingression in Superior Ensino with the feminine predominance in the education areas, social health, sciences, Humanities and arts. This segmentation significantly influences in the profile of the work market creating the calls typically feminine occupations, and that generally less income terms of and occupational status are valued in. The IBGE divulged on the basis of in 2008 the data of PNAD 2007, that 44.6% of the women in Brazil are used in on areas to the education, health and social services and 15.7% of the men only act in this sector..