Just to expand a little bit on Craig's discussion:
Assuming she "qualifies" (i.e. no questions about her loyalty and conformity) she can be a pioneer (likely), special pioneer (possibly), Bethelite (unlikely), or even Gileadite (very unlikely), and spend the rest of her natural life in full-time servitude.
JW women are not permitted to "teach the congregation." The most she can do is participate in a sales demonstration in which she speaks to someone else in a dramatization of a
Sales Meeting Bible Study.
She can knock on doors as a publisher for from 15 minutes to 720 (30x24) (full-time, non-stop doorknocking, only theoretically possible) hours a month.
Or, she can apply to be a "Pioneer" and knock on doors for from 80 to 720 hours a month.
Or, she can apply to be a "Special Pioneer" and knock on doors... the minimum goes up.
Or, she can apply to live and work at the WTS HQ, "Bethel" where she'll get $100/month as a "volunteer," with room and board, and she will be permitted to do laundry or clean rooms for the brothers.
Or, she can apply for admission to "Gilead," the WTS school for JW missionaries, and she'll be sent to some disease infested backwater where she can knock on the doors of grass huts. She still will have to be in submission to any brothers. A few years ago a graduating class at Gilead was told during their graduation ceremony that they should go to their assignments "...and die there."
JWs have an excellent benefits/retirement plan. It's called 'the resurrection."
Edited by - Nathan Natas on 6 January 2003 0:6:49