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Women and children worked the factories supporting the war effort (the same as in the other warring countries), the men were conscripted (drafted) into military service).

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How did Japan address labor shortages during World War II?

Japanese military used Chinese and Koreans as forced labor as well as forcing POW's to do work. Unable to fight their captives many resorted to doing things like slowing production and making items that would break easily. Germany had the same problems.


What are the causes of labor unrest?

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Why did Mexican-Americans employment rate in the US during the early 1940s result from?

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The increase in the number of Mexican-Americans employed in the US during the early 1940s resulted from?

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What two reasons explained why there was a labor shortage during war time?

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What did the labor shortages in the southern colonies eventually lead to be used as?

It eventually led to the creation of the Headright System in 1618, which was an attempt to eliminate the overwhelming labor shortages in the colonies, particularly in the South.


What Does Labor Shortages Mean?

it means the shortage of labor workers or that there is no enough workersl employees to do the work in a nation.


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How did wartime labor shortages affect unions and volunteer organizations?

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