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more and more women continued to join the labor force throughout the 1950s. What change was taking place in the famale labor force?

more and more married women were joining the labor force. and the number of single women in the labor force was steady, in one place

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    My mother had been a teacher in Chicago before she and my dad moved to a suburb of Youngstown, Ohio, in 1953. She had to get a teaching job in a suburb because at that time the Youngstown schools would not hire married women. Needless to say, that policy was changed within the next few years.

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