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Throughout most of history women generally have had fewer legal rights and career opportunities than man Wife hood and motherhood were regarded as womens most significant professions In the 20th century however women in most nations have gained the right to vote and have increased their educational job opportunities WIC 1 Most important women have fought for and have accomplished to a degree their view of their role in society Women are no longer considered naturally weaker than men and unable to perform work requiring muscular or intellectual development In most preindustrail societies domestic chores were commended to women leaving the heavier labor such as plowing and hunting to men This disregarded the fact that caring for children washing clothes milking cows and taken care of the household also required heavy labor WIC 1 Physiological tests now show that women have a greater tolerance for pain and statistics reveal that women live longer and are resistant to many diseases WIC 2 Women have come a long way in the world of profession They have shown people that their is more opportunities in their life then just motherhood Working women often faced discrimination on the mistaken belief that because they were married or mostly likely get married they would not be permanent workers But married women have generally continued on their jobs for many years and have not been undependable in the work force In 1890 women were constituted about 5 percent of the total doctors in the United States WIC 4 During the 1980s the proportion was about 17 percent At the same time the percentage of women doctors in West Germany was about 19 percent and 20 percent in France WIC 4 In Israel about 32 percent of the total number of doctor and dentists were women
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