# At the beginning of the war women made up how much of the work force? A. 10% B. 25% C. 46% D. 78%

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At the beginning of the war women made up how much of the work force? A. 10% B. 25% C. 46% D. 78%

What was a common nickname of working women during the war? A. Rosie the Riveter B. Helen the Hammer C. Mary the Miner D. Wanda the Welder

What year did WWII begin? A. 1965 B. 1938 C. 1939 D. 1945

At the end of the war women made up how much of the work force? A. 25% B. 33% C. 50% D. 88%

What was the common term for the civilian population during the war? A. The Workers B. The Left Overs C. The Good People D. The Home Front

Before WWII no women worked outside the home A. True B. False

The average weekly wage for a female worker during WWII was what? A. \$31.21 B. \$45.43 C. \$10.68 D. \$78.52

Which profession had not been exclusively male before 1940? A. Airplane mechanic B. Naval officer C. Accountant D. Power Station Operator

What year did WWII end? A. 1939 B. 1945 C. 1946 D. 1950

When men returned from the war what happened to the women who had taken their jobs? A. They continued working in those jobs B. They left work and went back to school C. They were told to go home and be good wives and mothers C. They were told to go home and be good wives and mothers D. They told the men to go home and rest

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