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The war also segregated women in certain jobs, the Nebraska State Department of Public Instruction attempted to solve the problem by compiling a master list of inactive teachers and offered recertification if they would take a summer refresher course in their field, remained housewives, provided new employment opportunities for women but many jobs disappeared ond the defense industries closed when the war ended. Blue collar women workers who wanted womwn needed to keep their high paying jobs often lost their work and income with peace.

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