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More Women Join Mexico City’s Police Force

Region: Mexico

Topics: Jobs

Fewer than half of women in Mexico work outside the home, but more and more of them are finding employment in a possibly surprising place: the Mexico City police force.

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Venezuelan Engineers Flee to Argentina but Find Few Jobs Await

Region: Argentina

Topics: Human MigrationJobs

As Venezuela’s economic crisis worsens, almost 7,000 Venezuelan engineers have moved to Argentina during the past two years. But Argentina’s economy is staggering, too, and the job market is fiercely competitive, so where does that leave a trained engineer?

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Sharing Secrets: Nepalese Statue-Making Caste Trains Newcomers in Traditional Art

Region: Nepal

Topics: ArtsJobs

For centuries, Buddhists belonging to Nepal’s Newar caste have been making and selling metal statues and figurines of their sacred deities. But more members of the caste are choosing other careers, and with demand for the sacred sculptures growing, Newar members are revealing the secrets of their art to Nepalese from other castes.

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How One Woman Is Crushing Gender Stereotypes, One Taxi Ride at a Time

Region: Guatemala

Topics: Jobs

Adriana González is the only female taxi driver working in her village of Chaquijyá, Guatemala. She’s not only making money in a male-dominated industry, but she’s serving as a shining example to other young people and women.

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Despite Demand, Zimbabwe’s Government-Trained Nurses Struggle to Find Work

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: BusinessHealthJobs

In Zimbabwe, government health care institutions want more nurses on staff, and government-trained nurses want jobs. But the government doesn't have the money to train or hire all of them.

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DRC Family Makes an Alcoholic Beverage

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Making Custom Jewelry in Zimbabwe’s Capital

Region: Zimbabwe

Topics: Jobs

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Nepalese Restaurant Sells Rainbow Trout

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Trio Makes Cigars in Sri Lanka

Region: Sri Lanka

Topics: Jobs

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Rickshaw Driver Rolls Along Nepalese Roads

Region: Nepal

Topics: Jobs

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