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Posted by RW-admin
on 16 Feb 2011

Hi. I worked in Saudi Arabia in 1998-1999. Back then I remember that women were not allowed to work (publicly), nor drive etc.

 

Besides the more accepted nursing & teaching jobs, there were a few "back office" marketing jobs, browsing convenience stores, working from home type jobs.

Does anyone know if things have become more relaxed lately?

Stephanie on 6 Apr 2011
Depending on what city you decide to settle into, women interested in working in Saudi Arabia may find more opportunities than in the late nineties

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