The latest news and views about job opportunities in Iran and efforts to fight unemployment
An Iranian official says 50 to 60 percent of the couriers and pickup drivers working in the transportation sector have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kowsar Sadeghi Monfared, the first Iranian woman seafarer, has started her work at the Caspian Sea port city of Fereydounkenar.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani inaugurated 142,000 employment plans for nomads and villagers with a price tag of 17 trillion tomans.
It has been centuries that residents of several villages in the western Iranian province of Charmahal and Bakhtiari have been working at a local salt mine.
Iranian Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs Massoumeh Ebtekar has highlighted the prominent role of the country’s women in dealing with the tough foreign sanctions.
Top Iranian women entrepreneurs working in the domains of job creation and creating added value have been recognized in appreciation of their services.
Hundreds of national projects in the domains of sports and youth as well as tourism have been inaugurated across Iran.
Breading silkworm in order to produce silk, which is called Noqan-dari in Iran, has a long history in the country's north-western region.
A bee yard that Iranian old lady Fatemeh Mostafavi had inherited from her father has become a source of livelihood and a family business for her, helping her find foreign customers for the high-quality honey.
A young Iranian suffering from a disability that affects 98 percent of his muscles has been listed by a notable international organization that focuses on youths’ contribution to development as one of the “Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World.”
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says this year’s target of a surge in domestic production would be totally achievable when the country has managed to launch a homegrown satellite into space.
The Iranian president says the drop in the pace of coronavirus infection in the country is due to citizens’ abidance by the social distancing plan and businesses’ compliance with health protocols.
Iran will offer low-interest loans to employers to keep their employees on the job amid the coronavirus outbreak, a top official says.
The coronavirus outbreak has inflicted over Rls. 9.76 trillion ($65 million) in losses on Iran’s culture, art and media sectors, a top official says.
The spokesman for the Iranian administration Ali Rabiei has warned that a long-term shutdown of businesses amid the outbreak of coronavirus and the government’s non-intervention in the labor market policies could result in the unemployment of more than 4 million people in the country.
The Iranian administration has ratified a 1,000-trillion-rial economic relief package to protect the businesses and people affected by the coronavirus epidemic.
Nanism is the name of a café in Tehran run by short-height people.
A young Iranian lady has come up with the idea of converting a minibus into a book shop, but she is not old enough yet to drive her “mobile” bookstore.
Reyhaneh Armaghani is an Iranian girl whose unusual career and field of sport, highlining, has won her some reputation. She walks on a thin belt, practices slack line and unicycle, and works at heights.
It’s been a few months that an Iranian woman named Parvaneh Sohrabi has been appointed as the first female airport manager in Iran and in the Middle East.
Zeinab Shaban, a thirty-four-year-old Afghan woman who is living in Iran, has launched a successful business and manufactures hospital clothing to help Afghan and Iranian staff.