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Which of these actions showed continuing discrimination against women during World War II? War industries put women in jobs traditionally filled by young men. Employers offered benefits such as daycare services and medical insurance. Women usually worked under male supervisors who received higher wages. Working women earned more in aircraft and munitions factories than in other workplaces.

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  1. frogs29
    • 3 years ago
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    Women usually worked under male supervisors who recieved higher wages is what I would say.

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