American women employed in factory jobs. Matching female candidate to correct job using job interview.
United States USA Date:1931 Duration:2 min 53 sec Sound:NO SOUND
American women in the labor force of the United States. Working conditions for women in industries. A girl looks for a job in newspaper columns. She gets a job but proves to be a misfit. Male foreman on assembly line fires her from the job. Same woman shown in a job interview conducted upfront to assess skills and match the woman candidate to the right job. Two women in late 1920's and early 1930's fashions seated in an office for the job interview. Female hiring manager interviews the woman applicant. Early telephone on desk. The job seeker is shown in a factory assembly line job to which she has been matched. She smiles as she works at a factory machine. Foremen or manager men stop by her work area and remark on how well suited she is to the job.
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