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Demographic and Social Factors Affecting Women's Employment of Higher Education Graduates (case study: Tehran)

hossein mahmoudiyan; marjan rashvand

Volume 10, Issue 1 , April 2012, , Pages 83-104


  In recent years despite the rise in the number of women who have graduated from universities women’s participation in the labor market has not been increased proportionally. The present study tries to examine the employment status of women graduates of higher education as well as of social and demographic ...  Read More

Volume 2, Issue 2 , June 2003

  The present Iranian labor market is faced with a huge number of people who are seeking work and with insufficient growth of job opportunities, it will entail increasing rate of unemployment. The process of job creation has neither met the demands of the unemployed, nor those of university graduates, ...  Read More

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2003

  The aim of this paper is to identify indicators that demonstrate the lack of gender balance in the Iranian labor market. Based on a review of the theories on the dual labor market and the distinctions between available employment options in the first and second sectors, the emergence of employment ...  Read More

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2003

  The market for skilled labor in Iran suffers from a severe gender imbalance in terms of both supply and demand, impacting women negatively. While there has been increased access to higher education for women, which has in turn impacted the rate of availability of skilled women, a lack of gender balance ...  Read More

A Model for Explanation of Urban Women's Economic Participation Rate and Future Changes
Volume 1, Issue 4 , September 2002

  The findings of model proves the effects of educational levels as the most important factor on the probability of urban women's participation in the labor market .It is predicted , the increase of women's share with higher education (university degrees) will result in an annual increase equal to ...  Read More