Survey: Elections to boost employment

Only 8.4% of those questioned felt the elections would have a negative impact on employment, the company said.

By AVI KRAWITZ
February 13, 2006 07:54

Some 24 percent of Israelis believe the number of jobs will increase over the election period, Manpower Israel said Sunday citing its research on the influence of the elections on business in the country. Only 8.4% of those questioned felt the elections would have a negative impact on employment, the company said. Dalia Arkis, CEO of Manpower Israel, said elections create opportunity for work related to the process, such as advertising, printing, telemarketing, administrative work and driving jobs.


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