Some of the
more well-known roles of women in WW1 include: nurses, munitions factory workers, sewing bandages, and selling war bonds,
shipyards and spies. The Women's Royal Air Force was created, which is where women worked on planes as mechanics.
By 1917 its was surveyed that 68% of women had changed jobs since the war began, 16% had moved
out of domestic service, 22% that were unemployed in 1914 now had work and 23% had changed factories (from one factory to