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Also, there are many facilities for women including sanatoria, rest homes, and maternity hospitals, although these are only available to the elite.
The ratio of women to men in high wage jobs is considerably lower than that of low wage jobs.
Women moved from rural regions to cities to make new lives for themselves, often finding jobs at factories where they had regular salaries (a new phenomenon for women from rural farms), which were often sent home to supplement their families' income.
These city girls had a newfound sense of independence and self-determination in employment and city life.
These women, dubbed "Modern girls," took advantage of the new opportunities afforded to women in the 1920s and 1930s.
They transcended limitations of the agricultural class by marrying urban professionals, participated in the burgeoning modern art and culture scene, and abandoned traditional Korean hanbok for Western attire.
Today, women in North Korea participate in a variety of labor forces, and there is a considerable number of women who are in high positions.
There were a few exceptions to limitations imposed on women's roles.
For example, female shamans were called on to cure illnesses by driving away evil spirits, to pray for rain during droughts, or to perform divination and fortune-telling.
Women were trained and education on a more limited scale, and there were movements to eradicate illiteracy.
These movements towards education across the socio-economic spectrum would later influence and encourage North Korean communist activities.