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Women Following World War II the proportion of women who were employed in factories dropped drastically This was partly due to the fact that many men were coming home form fighting in the war and took their old jobs back Federal and state aid to child-care centers in factories was stopped By 1952 more than two million more women were employed than in 1946 The kinds of work available to women were changing though For African American women the amount of employed domestic servants dropped from 72 to 48 percent The number of those women working as farm laborers fell from 20 percent to 7 percent The percentage of hired by the factories rose from 7 percent to 18 percent The rise of women being employed did not mean that women were gaining economic equality though Women in industries earned less than two-thirds as much as men The fact that women in America were gaining the power to work outside the home was important to that time period It gave women the self confidence that they needed to feel more valuable They were earning less than the men at that time but that is not the matter of the fact The fact of the matter is that women for the first time were actually able to peruse a carrier outside the home in a reasonable manner Before this time it was not even negotiable that women could work outside of home Women were to only serve as house wives It actually served as a help to America when women would work outside the home When women worked in factories and places of that sort it would become very helpful This was because with more employers a business could provide more products for society When more products were made more people would be buy that product If people buy a product then that results in the boost of the economy This was all made possible
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