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More married women than ever before entered the paid workforce.

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The war broadened job opportunities for women.


one way is that because most of the men didn't return for WWI and wern't there during it, there was a big gap in the workforce and the women filled in these spaces with 50% less than that of the basic wage .


When most of the men were in the warfront most work was done by the women. That is when the people say the potential in women. They had their own women navy.


The women would put their life and risk to never see their family again on the line


More married women than ever before entered the paid workforce.


they were more respected, and they got jobs because most of the men were fighting


They did men's work, while the men went off to war.


Australian women became more independent due to the responsibilities the women had to face when the men went to war.


Australian women were effected greatly because their husbands brothers and friends were getting killed at war and here was nothing they could do about it.


Why couldn't a women change the world. On average, men are physically dominant to women. But mentally and spiritually they are equal. There is no reason a women supposedly can not change the world, they have almost the exact same abilities as men. If you are a women, and you want to change the world, fight for what you believe in, and you can even achieve more than any of us men has in known history. God bless.


women life change because they were able to vote.




Australian Federation of University Women was created in 1922.


because they got to work, and do more things


Australian Women before World War 2 were mainly housewives. They cared for their children, cooked, and did most of the housework. If they were wealthy enough to hire a servant they were given more leisure time. In World war 2 some women became Nurses, helping the fighting men when wounded.


Yes, women can be in the Australian Army, but they cannot be in direct combat roles. 10.6 % of the positions are occupied by women.


by changing peoples points of view by changing the rights of women by making countries how they are now people sacrificing their own lives for us nowadays:')


The role of women in the world started to change, and that women started to enter the defense forces


No - Australians have only had women in combat for the last 5 to 10 years.


It provided jobs for the women, who usually worked on the farm and/or was a stay at home mother.


World War 2 affected the lives of women in the US by letting them to work in the factories where the men used to work. Before, they used to not be able to go near them.



Not more than a few hundred. Although the Japanese came close, World War II never completely reached the Australian homefront.



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