When the men started war
The women did of course
Because the men were all in the army fighting and women had to step in to do what the men were doing.
There are no "typical" jobs any more - women and children can work at whatever they are capable of doing.
Most women lost their jobs when the men came back from war. Men then went into the jobs women were doing. Women went back to being house wives; some women did not like this. If women were single and the worked in the civil services they were allowed to keep their jobs until they got married. Not all women lost their jobs but sadly most did.
Women in ww2 had the job of doing the men who had gone to war's jobs. If women were pregnant they would be evacuated with other children.
With the men fighting in the war, women took the jobs that men had been doing before the war.
Many women lost their jobs after the world wars, but I believe it was about 80,000 women. They had to give up their jobs for the men and return to being house wives.
Jewish women didn't have jobs because they were in concentration camps.
Since the men came home the Women were expected to give up their jobs. There were not enough jobs for all women and men so the men got the jobs and women didn't get any jobs.
During world war 2, since the men were away at war, the women had to do jobs that they wouldn't have even thought of doing before the war. They would have to do all the farming, and and look after the shops. They would basically do anything the men who were at war did before they went.
World War 2 helped woman get jobs in factories making ships, planes, and missiles. World War 2 mad the Women in America realize they could do what the men could do and the were equal.
All kinds of jobs, like any where else in the world.
while men were away at war women had to do their jobs. They did jobs like farming and working in factories. They also worked on trains and bus drivers. working in the factories was very dangerous for women as their hands could get chopped off! Basically, while the men were away at the war, the women had to take over their jobs. So women began to do clerical work too along with ^. So on top of the amount of work they had to do at their day jobs, the women also had to go home and complete their houshold duties, so the women were doing double, their household job and the men's jobs.
Wrong category. World War II didn't start until nearly 30 years later.
in world war 1 women were nusres and they made ammunition for the men
Because of the huge number of males that had been conscripted to fight in the war. This meant that traditional male jobs had to be done by females.
about 60,000 women every year
=When the men left for war suddenly there were thousands of jobs that needed to be filled. This gave thousands of opportunities to women to try new jobs. It showed the men in World War 1 as well that women could do more. Some jobs that women were given were, working on the land, on transport, in hospitals, in industry, in engineering, in factories, building ships and doing work such as loading and unloading coal. Some problems were that the women got paid much, much less than the men.=
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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.
Women began getting jobs outside of their home during the Civil War. This occurred because women were needed to work in manufacturing companies and handle jobs that the men had to leave in order to fight.
Depending on their job, when the men returned from the war, they were rehired into the jobs the women had been doing in their absence.
The women started doing different kinds of jobs during the Civil War, that they hadn't done before.