Teleclal Group to hire 150 high schoolers for summer break

June 20, 2013 15:56


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The Teleclal Group, which provides marketing services for companies such as Coca Cola Israel, Orange and Isracard among others, announced this week that it is prepared to hire some 150 high school students looking to work during their summer break from school, which begun on Thursday.

The students will work in the group’s service centers, which includes jobs such as providing  customer service by phone, working in the sales centers or conducting phone surveys.”We see teenagers who choose to work as a breath of fresh air and a great contribution to the company's human resource, even if it's only for a short period of time." Teleclal Group CEO Yoav Ben-Yakar said in a statement.

According to the Ministry of Education, some 700,000 junior high school and high school students across the country finished the school year and begun their 10 weeks summer break on Thursday.

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