The latest news and views about job opportunities in Iran and efforts to fight unemployment
An Iranian woman from Sistan and Baluchestan, the most underdeveloped Iranian province located in the country’s southeast, has been chosen as the youngest Iranian entrepreneur of year.
Two young Afghans have opened a café in the Iranian capital to bring together Afghans and Iranians alike in a friendly atmosphere.
Prisoners in a jail in Iran’s Isfahan are using their leisure time to make some money by making wood and leather handicrafts in industrial workshops.
Criminals once on death row are now able to work during the day and sleep in prison at night after serving time for years and the adoption of a new law.
A creative Iranian entrepreneur has created dozens of jobs in his pottery business and exports his products to different countries.
Razzaqzadeh market is one of the oldest and most colourful, attractive and crowded markets in Zahedan in south-eastern Iran, which is mostly run by Afghan immigrants living in Zahedan due to their country’s difficult, unsafe conditions.
Neshat Jahandari has recently received her four stripes after her first independent flight, turning into the second woman airline pilot in Iran.
Incessant rainfall has pushed up water levels at Choghakhor lagoon in southwestern Iran, improving the environmental conditions there and reviving a vital source of income for locals.
A disabled Iranian man, now known as the “Messenger of Hope”, has turned into a successful entrepreneur and is now creating jobs for a host of disabled individuals, but to reach that point, he had to face the reality.
Iran’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has highlighted the potentialities of crypto-currency mining, calling for the regularization of the business in Iran given the recent reports of bitcoin miners’ use of Iran’s cheap power.
A team of Iranian workers, including a number of athletes skilled in special occupations, has headed for Spain to attend the CSIT World Sports Games. Among these athletes there is lady from the north-western city of Ardabil whose job is weaving Kilim.
Iranian Minister of Labour Mohammad Shariatmadari has left Tehran for the Swiss city of Geneva to attend the 108th session of the International Labour Conference.
It has been five years since Farzaneh Attarbashi started to climb skyscrapers in Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad for a living, spending hours hanging in the air while welding, drilling and installing glasses on windows.
A retired Iranian lady has created jobs for more than 1,000 people by launching her own business, and is running a campaign against the US sanctions.
The “Women of the Sanctions Era” campaign composed of successful women entrepreneurs has recently gone viral on social media networks in Iran as the country is grappling with the “toughest sanctions ever” imposed by the US.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his administration has managed to create over three million job opportunities during the past five years he’s been in office, but that’s far behind what the society needs.
Iran is dispatching skilled workers to Australia, Canada, Oman, Turkey and Denmark, and has established five support centres in these countries for the workforce, a top official said.
A non-governmental charity in the city of Birjand in eastern Iran has trained and provided facilities for 70 disabled people to make a living by producing handicrafts.
Shora Fekri, 28, is an Iranian girl who waterproofs rooftops, installs placards, inserts wall plugs into exterior view of buildings and does many other things which may seem odd for women in Iran.