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Eiad Shalabne, 32, has an impressive CV – including a business degree from Ben-Gurion University, seven years in financial services and a master’s in business administration from the University of Colorado. However, the Arab-Israeli resident of Rehovot did not find a job right away when he returned to Israel six months ago.Only recently did he start working in Hewlett Packard’s strategic marketing department, thanks to ITWorks, a nonprofit that matches open hi-tech positions with qualified candidates from economically, socially and geographically disadvantaged populations throughout Israel.
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