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what types of job did women have in the era of reform.

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  1. Most women worked in their home or helped with the farming. A few helped their husbands in their businesses. Young women might be maids and household help. A few in cities worked in factories.

  2. Era of reform? That might be the 60's. Is this the time period you had in mind?

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