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Some still consider the skilled trades to be a nontraditional career path for women, but women actually have a long history of working in them. When U.S. participation in World War II created a labor gap back at home, many women did their patriotic duty and stepped out of traditional homemaker roles to take jobs in factories, the munitions industry, and the aircraft industry. In fact, according to¬†History.com, in 1943, female workers made up 65 percent of the total workforce in the…

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