A new set of just-approved emoji are coming to your phone, ones that help close the gender gap between male and female emoji and show a greater representation of both women and men in the work force.
Back in May, Google proposed 13 new emoji to the Unicode Consortium to better represent women and men in an array of professions.
Today, Google announced that Unicode gave the green light to 11 of them.
The new emoji see below will be available for both genders in all skin tones, resulting in more than 100 new emoji all told.
The two that weren't approved were a healthcare worker and a high-tech worker; Unicode explained in a detailed report that a wide range of healthcare professions could be represented by a single emoji, and that it was hard to tell what the high-tech worker was at small scale.
A female mechanic, chef, rockstar and professor are a break from how women are typically represented in emoji form, i.e.