These are the women redefining what womanhood means. Pioneers, paving their own way in what people think is a man's world. On the farm, in the arena and under the hood, "A Woman's Job" profiles women who are killing it in male-dominated jobs.
A Woman's Job
Today's Moms Are Older, More Educated And Bucking Years Of Trends
They're also more likely to be single.
A Woman's Job: The Chefs
Here's how two women broke gender barriers on the way to becoming executive chefs.
A Woman's Job: The Blacksmith
Lisa Geertsen is a petite woman — and a badass metal worker.
A Woman's Job: The Chemist
Erica Douglas, also known as "Sister Scientist," brings a new perspective to cosmetic chemistry.
A Woman's Job: The Woodworker
Anne Briggs is mastering not just one but two trades traditionally dominated by men.
A Woman's Job: The Mechanic
In an auto repair industry dominated by men, Patrice Banks wanted to carve out a space for women. So she created Girls Auto Clinic.
A Woman's Job: The Football Coach
This Newsy original series highlights women paving their own way in male-dominated fields. This week: Jen Welter, the first woman to coach in the NFL.
A Woman's Job (Trailer)
Newsy's new original series premieres March 8.