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25 percent 30 percent 40 hours additional workers April Census child-care center children under 18 children younger civilian labor force Community facilities problems concentration of women conditions standards Defense Manpower defense production District of Columbia durable goods industries economy effective recruitment emergency employment EMERGENCY PERIOD employed women employers employment of women enter industrial essential factors home responsibilities homemaking responsibilities housewives increase kindred workers labor shortage large numbers largest labor reserve manpower program meeting defense million women workers Minimum wage needs number of women occupational groups one-fourth planning private household workers problems relating production workers Proper placement provided for women relating to women requirements Secretary of Labor semiskilled factory workers single women skilled occupations special problems arise standards maintained supervisors tional training of women U. S. Department utilization of women woman labor Womanpower Potential women already women composed women employed Women today women were trained Women's Bureau Women's Place workers rose