Poor Women in the 1930

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Discipline:
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Subject:
American History
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Poor Women in the 1930

Working women24.3% of women in america or eleven million women were gainfully employed. Three out of every ten of these working women were in domestic or personal service.

Past times.The decision to remain single was often part of a commitment to a career in social reform, academic life, or a profession.

Josh Griffin

Poor Women in the 1930

luxuryWomen in the 1930's had fashion and different clothes as luxury.

Feminismthe economic emergency of the 1930s led to substantial political gains for women.

IncomeThe integrated International Ladies Garment Workers Union had 200,000 members and secured for pressers in Harlem high wages of $45 to $50 per week.


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