Analysis

Iranians are Dissatisfied with the Government’s Response…

The survey, conducted by Stasis on October 2020, indicates that nearly half of Iranians are dissatisfied with how the government has responded to the spread of the novel coronavirus (forty-eight percent). The poll also found that seventy-two percent of Iranians believe that the country should go into quarantine because of this crisis.To view the results of this poll in an…

Coronavirus Costs for Iran

How well can Iran’s economy meet the financial drain of the coronavirus pandemic? The only effective way to slow down the spread of the virus is to ground the population–whether by forced quarantine or by a shelter-in-place advisory. But this tactic brings a heavy financial burden. This unexpected expense is an additional strain to the Iranian economy already in tatters…

Value of Iranian’s Savings Fallen in 2017

Iran’s economy has seen many fluctuations since 2008, with inflation and the USD-Rial exchange rate playing a big role in the instability of Iranian monetary values, particularly in 2017. Data analysis shows that Iranians’ savings accounts (on a per capita basis among those who have a savings account) grew consistently from 1998 to 2004. After some volatility between 2005 and…

Hafezieh is the Most Appealing Historical Site…

The Tomb of Hafez (Hafezieh) was the most popular historical site in Iran in 2016, according to the Iran Ministry of Tourism.Around 1.3 million people visited the city of Shiraz to see the Tomb of Hafez, who known to be one of the most influential poets of all time. Persepolis, Fin Garden, the Tomb of Saadi, and Pasargad were the…

Afghans Make Up the Majority of Non-Iranian…

With almost 14,000 students, Afghans make up the majority of international students in Iran. Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and China follow. According to the Iranian Ministry of Education’s yearly report, 20,085 students from 74 countries came to study in Iran during the 2016-2017 academic year. 8,902 of these students were female, and 12,846 studied at the undergraduate level. Most foreign students…

Women Give a Higher Satisfaction Score to…

There is a significant difference between women’s satisfaction with their jobs versus their personal lives.The Iran Woman and Family Affairs Organization measured different levels of satisfaction among women of ages 15 to 24 in Iran’s 31 provinces.The research measured different satisfaction levels among women between the ages of 15 to 24 across Iran’s 31 provinces. According to the data, women…

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