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  • Job Opportunities for Women During World War Ii
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  • Ellen Moore: Living and Working in Korea
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  • Woman in Modern Society
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  • Role of Women in Islam Past and Present
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  • An Assesment on the Level of Acceptance of Career Women in Metro Manila
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  • Pay Equity- Statistics, Legislations and Why Women Worn in Low - Paid Jobs
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  • Describe Gender Roles at Work and in the Home. Make Reference to Your Society.
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