Employment: Caution: Women at Work

Norwegian merchant ships have long carried women radio operators, but last week a radically different distaff arrangement was added to the fleet. For the first time, two girls shipped out not in the radio shack but as deck hands or, so to speak, as ordinary seawomen. Other women have been qualified in France and Britain to fly commercial airplanes, and SAS may soon hire its first woman pilot. As women become more emancipated and labor shortages give them a suitable entree, females around the world are turning up in every kind of...

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