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The 1950s were a transformative time. Women had surged into the workforce during World War II, making up 32 percent of the U.S. workforce by 1950. More African Americans took on office jobs in the 1950s, and African American men cut the income gap between African American men and white men by about a third. Office layouts were inspired by the factory floor with rows and rows of desks crammed tightly together. Meanwhile, executives enjoyed private corner offices with big windows for making sure everyone was hard at work.
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