How did world war ii and the cold war affect women’s work patterns?

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World War II saw a lot of women taking more jobs in the community that men left unoccupied because they were serving their time in the military. This helped women to gain their rights.
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World War II forced many women to join the workforce and take over jobs that were traditionally filled by men that went to war. For many families, it was a matter of survival for women to enter the work force.
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