There were several reasons. Women were considered not to have the stamina to work long hours (outside of the home, that is). Women, as a whole, supposedly would not have the minds able to understand something so unfeminine. It was thought that women would take the jobs from men who needed them, and that families would suffer greatly with the women not home. Men did not want to supervisor or work with women.
Women have been working hard since the beginning of time.
A large number of women became secretaries or managers.
They don't. we actually i think that all the women in the 1900's loved water melon
The first women to vote in Britain, were in municpal elections in 1907.
Women's Tax Resistance League ended in 1918.
Women's Tax Resistance League was created in 1909.
The answer depends on what the number of working women is being compared to:working women to working men?working women to non-working women?Also, by "working women" do you mean only paid work?
Proverb 31 talks about a woman of valor...
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outline two examples of passive resistance led by women in the Caribbean
The answer will depend on what exactly you are trying to measure:working women in the US as a percentage of women in the US,women working in the US as a percentage of women working in the world,working women in the US as a percentage of worker in the US.There are probably other possibilities.
Working Women's Forum was created in 1978.
working women are a great asset to any family
i think it is working women because they have a job and they have to also do the housework