What were popular jobs in the 1960s?

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Manufacturing was a popular industry in the 1960s, though it began to decline toward the end of the decade. Common jobs in the 1960s were similar to many of the common jobs of today. People worked as plumbers, teachers, electricians, construction workers, accountants, lawyers, and food servers. A typical way that people found jobs in the 1960s was by looking through the help wanted section of their newspaper. Jobs for women typically consisted of clerical work, support staff work, teaching, and nursing.
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