Israel needs to invest in the skills of the future

Brosh and Aviram-Nitzan urge government to increase subsidies to those who will boost the labor market.

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March 14, 2018 14:05

Interview with Daphna Aviram-Nitzan, the Director of the Center for Governance and the Economy at the Israel Democracy Institute, with Shraga Brosh, the President of the Manufacturers Association of I

Interview with Daphna Aviram-Nitzan, the Director of the Center for Governance and the Economy at the Israel Democracy Institute, with Shraga Brosh, the President of the Manufacturers Association of I

 
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THE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION President Shraga Brosh and Daphna Aviram- Nitzan, Director of the Center for Governance and the Economy at IDI, are calling on the government to change its priorities when it comes to subsidizing education for Israel’s future labor market.

In an exclusive interview in Brosh’s Tel Aviv office, they also urged the younger generation to learn skills that will be relevant in the coming years, and those already in the job market to adapt to the rapidly changing requirements of Israeli society.

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