What happened to the availability of jobs during the Great Depression?
Did the peopl lose their jobs becuase the buisnesses had to close down? Or was it because of something else?
Asked By: shedbomb - 5/4/2006
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The Great Depression was an economic slump in North America, Europe, and other industrialized areas of the world that began in 1929 and lasted until about 1939. It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world... More
Answered By: disneychannelnumone - 5/4/2006
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Answered By: uwbadgers1192 - 5/4/2006
Many people lost their jobs and many farmers lost their land. However, more women were able to get jobs, as buisnesses were able to pay them lower wages.
Answered By: Yahoo_guy - 5/4/2006
The rich had lots of money, and the poor had nothing, so there was no happy little middle class of working people. The businesses that made goods didnt have money to pay workers, because no one had enough money to buy their goods. The government decided it would be much better to let the people sort themselves out... More
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