The women's jobs outside the factory in World War 2 were to be housewives and take care of their children and supply food on the table for themselves and their children. Some of them could've taken up sewing as a ladies job and wasn't classed as a labor job that men were usually doing to earn some money for food.
Their jobs is gathering.
There were female camp guards, but Nazis has a policy of women being in the home, so there were not many women's jobs.
Jobs in heavy industry
yes that had to do mens jobs aswell as womens jobs
During the period of time from 1880 until 1900, a women were primarily housewives. However, those who worked outside the home worked in the service industry and held clerical jobs.
being a prostitute
domestic jobs (jobs at home)
In the job market getting better skilled jobs
During World War 2, many men who were normally working factory jobs were soldiers in the war, and factory jobs were necessary for the production of the weaponry and such needed for the war. Because of this, a campaign was led for women to take up those jobs, and so they were paid the wages those jobs were normally paid.
They did the man's jobs while they were at war. Lots of women also contributed to the war effort by taking factory jobs and producing war machines
industrial manufacturing, truck driving, construction, farming all jobs men had before going to war
The majority of the time in the past a womens role was basically to raise a family, when women persue jobs, the jobs usually require traits such caring and communication.Very frequent jobs are things like teaching, secretaries, factory workers, caring for children....
They were made to do all the mens jobs :D
Woman began to take jobs.
The men fought or stayed home as their jobs r important the women worked in the factories
Women fulfilled many roles during World War II. They became the bread winners for their families, they took full time jobs working in factories and in businesses. In the Soviet Union, women fought alongside men during the war.
During the 50s and 60s women played a different role in society than they do today. Most women were stay at home moms and wives. When taking jobs outside of the home, these women worked as nurses, teachers, housekeepers, and nursemaids.
One thing they did was the 'womens land army'. This was a service where the women would take over all the mens jobs while they were away fighting at war.
women worked as nurses
By World War 2, women were working mainstream jobs and taking on more responsibilities outside the home, since most men were off to war.
they wanted to help to defeat the adolf hitler they had a great time by meeting new women
men coming home expecting to go into jobs as they had been told they would before and during the war, only to discover that there were no jobs.