Women, Manufacturing and Job Opportunities in Alabama.

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Picture a factory worker and you might imagine a gruff man, covered in dirt working the line. That’s not the reality for manufacturing today, but the industry is male dominated. And with Alabama a manufacturing-heavy state, that affects opportunities for women. We talk about that and review President Obama’s trip to Birmingham in this week’s Magic City Marketplace.

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