Long term it would be desirable for women to dedicate themselves to motherhood and care for their families, so the first task of the government would be to (1) incentivize motherhood and make it affordable for families. The Third Reich of course started to do this by giving new families large interest-free loans which were automatically deducted by 1/4th for every child had by the family. This is a great policy, and one that I would support a re-implementation of in the future. Also important is making sure that it is not necessary for the woman to work. It's worth noting that women began to enter the workforce en masse
when real incomes started to stagnate in the 70s and 80s. If a man could support his family financially single-handedly, there's no reason a woman would feel compelled to work in the first place.
First and foremost this kind of soft pressure is the best route to take. It doesn't involve literally forcing them too, but there would be numerous benefits for them if they did. If the feminist propaganda is turned off and feminine virtues again encouraged and not demonized, I personally believe that we would see a good change fairly rapidly (even if not overnight). The good thing about our ideals is that they are not anti-nature like that of the jew. We're not fighting an uphill battle like they are, we're merely going with the natural flow of things.
For jobs and careers outside of the home, first and foremost they need to get out of the military, especially from combat roles. That is simply retarded and always will be. I think they can be decent teachers in some scenarios still, especially with younger children. There's still nothing really wrong with them working in nursing and the like either. Honestly though a lot of the jobs they hold today are so-called 'bullshit jobs' that could probably be almost eliminated under sensible government and organization. The really vital jobs in society are still essentially 100% male-occupied