Inside FRASER: Working Women and the Women's Bureau
A recent Inside FRASER blog post explored historical research from the Women's Bureau, including changes in the jobs women held between 1920 and 1950. The Women's Bureau, a nearly 100-year-old division of the Department of Labor, not only studied women's role in the workforce but also employed women as its researchers. This post looks at three sets of Women's Bureau case studies, covering women's employment during the Great Depression, the changing workforce role of African American women, and the increasing work of women in business fields.
Read the full post here.