by Max Wasserman
Barb Horton started fixing things because it was considered a “boy job,” and boy jobs paid better in 1975.
Horton was then studying at the University of Washington to be a teacher. To pay for her education, she maintained postage printing machines, but her career path changed when she was hired full-time by a company that produced the devices.
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