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Non-traditional jobs for women in Saudi Arabia May 10, 2010

Filed under: gender,human rights,sex — Jender @ 8:12 am

IT specialists! Bell-hops! Engineers! Managers! And no requirement to wear abayas! Of course, that’s because it’s totally gender-segregated. For more, see here.

Hmm….

 

3 Responses to “Non-traditional jobs for women in Saudi Arabia”

  1. Ronda Levine Says:

    I think it’s interesting that they are creating “all women” places…what I wonder about, however, is whether they would get these “non-traditional jobs” outside of the hotels and malls they work for, and how their families treat them for being part of the all women places of business movement.

  2. hippocampa Says:

    And I wonder how we can actually get these women to comment on here.

  3. sara Says:

    dear sir kindly find me an oppurtunity of job


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