Demand for workers up 32.8%

Demand for workers rose to 24,200 during the month of November compared with 18,000 workers the same time last year, the Israel National Employment Service said Tuesday.

By SHARON WROBEL
December 21, 2005 06:50

Demand for workers rose to 24,200 during the month of November compared with 18,000 workers the same time last year, the Israel National Employment Service said Tuesday. Compared with October the demand for workers rose by 13,400, or 125%, mainly because there were only 10 working days in October. Requests for workers averaged 20,800 a month from January to November, 20.4% more than the monthly average of 16,800 workers in the corresponding period of last year.


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