The Big Pharaoh
We've moved ... you are about to be redirected to

Friday, March 31, 2006

The Christian Science Monitor has an interesting article on Egyptian working women.
At first glance, men seem to hold all the jobs in the crowded city of Cairo: They drive taxis, direct traffic, and iron clothing in steamy laundry shops. But behind the scenes, a quiet revolution is taking place.

Record numbers of Egyptian women are holding jobs, and the variety of careers open to them is rising. Women serve as bank CEOs, newspaper editors, university deans, and government ministers. One has been appointed a judge.


<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?