Women without a college degree were not considered for any form of employment and so any women who wanted a career of any description had no choice but to attain a college degree. It was at this time that women started to introduce themselves into banking and accountancy but women diplomats, barristers and judges were non existent.
In the years following World War 11 the number of students wanting to attend college exploded with soldiers returning from war and children from the baby boomer痴 era attaining school age. As a result, the number of educational facilities increased and co-education became prevalent.During the 1960s and 1970s , Due to Social And Legislative Changes, Several Institutions Of Higher Education That Had Been Previously All-Male Opened Their Doors To Women(Harwarth, Maline & DeBra, archived).
The situation, of course, is vastly different now with all students, regardless of gender or racial status having the same opportunities in higher education. The prime example is that we now have an African American President. Woman, now, participate in previously male dominated occupations such as mathematics and computer and physical sciences. Studies of four year term female colleges have shown that,乃hey Have Conferred Upon Women Equal or Larger Portions of Bachelor Degrees in Male Dominated Fields Than The Norm.(Harwart, Maline & DeBra, archived).
Harwarth, Irene, Maline, Mindi. DeBra, Elizabeth.(archived information).埜omens Colleges In The United States:History,Issues and ChallengesThe Womens College Coalition. Retrieved from