Neighborhoods & young people

When studying the concentrations of people aged 20 to 34, it emerges that the areas they prefer are the various parts of Nahlaot and the center of the city.

October 26, 2017 18:29
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'Street art' on Yoel Moshe Salomon Street in the center of Jerusalem. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI)


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In every discussion about the demographic future of Jerusalem and its various neighborhoods, the residential patterns of 20-34-year-olds must be taken into consideration.

A 2011-2015 analysis of the Jerusalem neighborhoods where people aged 20-34 constitute more than 40% of the adult (over 20-year-old) population teaches us about the preferred areas by both secular and observant young people on the one hand, and about the areas chosen by young haredi families on the other.


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