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Changes in Business

The War had really caused the economy to boom. As the soldiers returned from war, all they had in mind was a peaceful life where get married, get a job, and settle down. The only problem was, factories had been pushing out equipment for war but the need for these items ended with the war. The soldiers came back to low paying jobs. Originally, labor jobs were done by individual workers but the 20's brought about many changes. During the beginning of the twentieth century brought large factories and assembly work. There was now no need of highly skilled personnel. The once skilled and highly trained craftspeople, who required large amounts of training, used to make more money. These workers feared that lower paid employees, with little specialized skills, can be used to do ...

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