Patriarchal influences should not be considered the sole reason for why some women pursue low paying, female dominated occupations. Women are capable of making their own choices, and by claiming that women are so easily influenced, you are doing them a disservice by insinuating that they have no true agency and that they are incapable of making their own unbiased decisions. Some women might prefer being a nurse to a doctor, or an elementary school teacher to a college professor, and so on.
In addition, it's unfair to claim that feminine traits are not as valuable in the work force and that's why nurses or elementary school teachers earn less money. The reason these occupations earn less money is because, although they are extremely important roles in society, the work they do is ultimately easier and requires less training. Being a doctor is harder than being a nurse, and being an elementary school teacher is easier than being a college professor. Claiming they earn less money because they are "feminine" jobs is reductive. Gender bias or discrimination often has nothing to do with it.