Women can apply for a post in the “administration of education” department, but not in “public administration”.
A woman can be accepted by the “medical administration” section, yet only men are entrusted with “IT management”.
Throughout their lives, Iranian women are forced to navigate a web of restrictions, imposed by law and custom.
Every aspect of their existence – from how they must dress in public, to the subjects they can study at university and the jobs they are allowed to do in the workplace – is closely regulated.
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Partly, it is down to where you happen to live: in affluent north Tehran, women tend to push back their “rusaris” to reveal an abundance of hair.
Fortunately, this seems to be rare: there is no doubt that Iranian women make up a considerable – and probably increasing – minority of the workforce.
These are legal requirements, punishable by fines or imprisonment for repeat offenders.
How strictly the law is enforced depends on many factors.
All of these adverts stated whether the job in question was open to men and women – or to men alone.
Of the 47 vacancies, 36 were “men only” and 11 were available to both genders. For some reason, men and women can join the “statistics” section of the Central Bank – but the “accounting” department is men only.