Job-seeker numbers rise by 11.4 percent in Haifa

May 28, 2009 12:08


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The number of people seeking jobs in the Haifa area increased by 11.4 percent in April, according to, a job-seekers' website. And the website found that the high-tech field has been particularly hard hit, with 71% of all notices being for high-tech jobs, reports According to the report, the increase was due to increased outsourcing and contract work in the high-tech field, as well as to a reduction in the number of jobs overall. "The high-tech market has suffered a blow and a sweeping reduction has begun in the number of companies hiring staff," a Jobby spokesman said. "The market is in a state of uncertainty, which is leading companies to use outsourcing companies for projects and not to hire new workers, saving the costs of salaries and social benefits."

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