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Women needed to bring in extra income during this time.

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Women had to work harder during the Great Depression because their husbands weren't and their families needed money to survive and keep their land.

during the great depression women were treated like second class citzens and inviserble they werent allowed to own anything and forced to work inside the house.

During the depression it was the women's job to keep the family together; They had to go out and get a job, and work at home.Some women who didn't have jobs, were forced to go get one.

Women faced several new challenges during the depression. Because of a lack of decent work, many had to become breadwinners along with their husbands in order to survive.

People moved west during the Great Depression because there were more work opportunities there.

About fifty percent were out of work during the great depression.

Less, they had to work to support their family

They started to let women work so it won't be another Great Depression...

The family roles changed drastically during the great depression. Men who could not find work were instead staying at home while women who were normally housewives were working. Even children were forced to find work to help the family survive.

The major recovery of the depression was engaging people to work in industries. The women were included in the work force which helped to rebuild the economy.

Unfortunately not many women were employed in America during the Great Depression. However the start of World War II called for all men and women on deck to fight in the war as well as work in factories to manufacture these weapons of war. It was not until World War II that women started to take on a more working class role in America.

because they got to work, and do more things

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.

The Great Depression affected people that were poor, more than those who were wealthy. Families suffered from loss of income, job layoffs and women and children had to work also.

Women of the great depression were virtually invisible, they were expected to stay in the domestic sphere and the depression was seen as an all male issue. Work was very scarce for any one, man or woman and women were not expected to do anything. Women were looked down upon because they took work away from men. Many single women, out of desperation and starvation, sought out prostitution as a way to survive.

It was more like during the war--1940s when women went to work in factories and such.

Work, Women, sub-cutenaceous fat and balding.

they went to work to support their parents.

women were mianly nurses during the wars.

Families moving in search of work is why the population patterns changed so often during The Great Depression. The depression was felt around the world.

During the height of the great depression there were 11,385,000 people who were unemployed. This was almost 25% of the entire work force population.

In 1900, 20% of American women were employed outside of the home. By 1950, long after the Great Depression and wars started, women had to go out to work, and even played sports. They were more empowered and outspoken and even fought for more rights.

Had rationing, women went to work in factorys, lead and copper were melted down and rubber for tires was taken to use in the war. After the depression people went back to work and the economy improved.

yes it created jobs during the great depression

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