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Because so many men were needed to fight in WWII, there was a labor shortage in the US. This affected women, because women had to fill those labor roles.


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During World War 1 women were able to get jobs because of the shortage of men. After the war was over and the men came back home. The women had to stop working and go back to house work. When World War 2 began, again with the shortage of men workers the women stepped in and worked. When the men returned home the women would not give up their jobs.


During WWI, the draft was in place, so all the men who usually worked in factories and made up the nation's labor supply were overseas fighting the war. This left unionized workers who were unfit for the draft or couldn't go to war for whatever reason. They realized the labor shortage and took the opportunity to strike for better working conditions, knowing that their employers would have to conceed to their demands, since there was no one else to work if the strikers were fired.


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