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.
mant blacks left the south and moved to the north because their were more jobs in the northern cities
i think they worked in factories
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.
Yes women and blacks from the great migration started taking soldiers jobs while they were gone.
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.
Because millions of the men who normally did those jobs were in the Army and Navy.
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
Women did way more than two jobs during WWII. They did all the housework, the jobs usually held by men and also military work.
Jobs that were hard like bome making
They could do jobs they couldn't before
factory work, secretaries,they had to do whatever there hubands did
they needed to make cheese and butter
cheat on their husbands that were fighting and get jobs
because pretty much all the men that were able joined the war causeing the women to take over there jobs and that is why many women have jobs today
Women took over many jobs in factories, shipyards and farms, as well as working in many new munitions plants.
Women, during the second World War, took over many of the traditional jobs of the men who went off to fight Hitler and the Nazis.
World War I caused a massive influx of women in the labor pool. As men were out fighting, women took over the jobs once held by men. Approximately 1,600,000 women joined the workforce during the 4 year period of fighting. Many women worked in munitions, farming, and nursing.
In World War I, as men left their jobs to fight overseas, women had know chose but to replace them.
all the men had to go to war, so the women had to take the jobs of the men. so they actually got work and decent jobs. this was their biggest role during ww1
During World War 1 women were called upon to be nurses to soldiers. During World War 1 women also took the jobs that were left behind by the men that were in battle in an effort to support their families.
During the time of WWI, it was uncommon for women to work outside of the home. By the time WWII rolled around, women were working in factories, ship yards, and many other formerly men only jobs.
domestic jobs (jobs at home)