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 0.5 percent in the rate of urban women's participation in the coming years.
Also, delayed marriages and increased share of unmarried girls in the total female population, is the second important factor. In addition, changes in age structure of the population as well as decreasing trend of purchasing power of the households will help to increase the rate of participation.
The model provides information on the unemployment rate of women and its distinguished impacts on the diminishing rate of women's participation in the labor market.