Directors - nor Profesors
Argentina also requires most users of professional titles to have the corresponding degree - not necessary to be registered, just to have received it from a degree-granting institution. "Profesor" is someone who has the degree of High School Education Teacher, or teaches High School or University. (Elementary School teachers are "Maestros") (and registration is required to actually work in many profession, example architects, lawyers, of course med doctors)
Now, "Profesor Something" is a favourite title among fortunetellers and astrologer. Alas, hava no degree, you cannot call yourself that, and police will come visit if you do
Thusly, Argentinian classifieds are full of ads by "Director Something", "Director" being a school principal, and thence obviously even better than just a lowly professor... :-)
(I know all this because I am a Profesor, a title I use to advantage in Europe because there it's supposed to be a big deal, especially Russia, Germany, while back home I'm just a worthless school teach...)
BTW, Argentina has other funky interesting control-the-idiots laws. For example, a list for what is allowed for naming a child. These lists vary by Province, so you have a tiny bit of leeway. However, if the name could be valid for either a boy or a girl, you are required to add a second name that makes it clear what gender the pup is. Mexico prohibits "denigrating names", the state of Sonora includes "Harry Potter", or "Robocop" among those
Argentinians wanting to go "beyond", often travel to Uruguay to spawn. Which also frees a male pup from military conscription, Uruguay having been the only sane country in South America in that respect.
Icon for the nice professorial garb