Trade and services recruit most soldiers

The trade and services industry provided work for 387 recently discharged soldiers in 2006, representing 46% of the army graduates who entered the work force, the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce said Wednesday.

By AVI KRAWITZ
February 15, 2007 07:12

The trade and services industry provided work for 387 recently discharged soldiers in 2006, representing 46% of the army graduates who entered the work force, the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce said Wednesday. The FICC said 274 ex-soldiers, or 32% of the total entering the job market, went entered the industrial sector, while 184, or 22%, found work in the public sector. In total, 845 released soldiers found work last year, the FICC said.


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