From WW2 up until the end of the Vietnam War, military women were primarily nurses and administrative personnel. Just under 1,000,000 women worked in the armed forces.
300,000 women served in World War 2 in both the military, the Red Cross, the USO, and in civilian jobs. Most of them were in the military.
Women did way more than two jobs during WWII. They did all the housework, the jobs usually held by men and also military work.
The filled the jobs men left to serve in the military
nurses and spies
ALL jobs in the US military are military positions, be it war or peace. There are NO non-military jobs in the military
I dont know this answer, but I do know that the jobs during World War 2 more African Americans did. They had more freedom to where they could get jobs in the military. But the World War 1 part I do not know..Sorry
Women had to build ammunition for the Americans.
A lot of women took jobs in factories, making planes and other war materials. Most of the jobs that were occupied by men before the war were filled by women. This was the beginning of the "revolution" of women into the workforce.
300,000 US women joined up in the military branches of the US Forces but NOT TO FIGHT in combat. They did clerical jobs, nursing, flying planes and other terrific jobs in the military then.
Women who worked for the U.S. military (as nurses, clerks, typists, and sometimes pilots and other less-common jobs) were paid by the government. Women who worked in "regular" jobs, often to replace men who were at war, were paid by the companies they worked for.
i think they worked in factories
When World War 2 began and the men went to war, the women in the United States replaced the men in terms of jobs. They were used primarily in military production factories such as tank and airplane facilities.
During world war 2, there were about 25 % to 30 % of women who worked outside the house at paying jobs. More married women, more mothers, and more minority women found jobs than had before the war.
Most of the men were employed as soldiers or in other capacities in the military forces during the war. Women on the other hand were called upon to take up the jobs vacated by the men in the industries to continue production.
The roles BEFORE World War II were being a housewife & during World War II women took over factories and other jobs. that's why women have jobs now. Before World War II they didn't work outside of the house.
jobs in heavy industry
Because millions of the men who normally did those jobs were in the Army and Navy.
Women and black men did many jobs during the war that had previously been done only by white men. After the war, some were able to keep their new jobs, and many were not.
In the war two things that women did were farmers and worked in large factories.
Because most of the men were at the front. The jobs they left were filled by women.
the men werent there at the time
During World War 2 many women entered the work force for the first time. Many male only occupation, industry and farming in particular welcomed these replenishment of the workforce. Factory work, as well as serving in the military were new frontiers for women.
Jobs that were hard like bome making