Finally, the rabbinate appears ready to grant approval
to women who want to work in a field that's excellent for them:
The Chief Rabbinate is gearing up to certify the first ever women kashrut supervisers, ending a two-year battle led by the religious women's movement Emunah.
The rabbinate was expected to hold a kashrut certification exam sometime this week and, for the first time in history, women will be able to participate and apply.
I should hope this time it's for real and will take place with an all-women class. The Jerusalem Post also says
that defeating the rabbinate's monopoly would help make the business less expensive and make it a freer market.
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