Were There Any Social Trends in 1929?

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There was a social trend in 1929: whereby, the number of women in employment increased. The number of female employees in the UK increased 19.5m then it dropped back to 17.4m and the rose up to 21.m by 1939. Also, fashion was changing, although, still the society embraced old fashion styles.
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