Windows, not walls

Bringing haredim into the hi-tech workforce may save the country’s economy.

February 25, 2016 14:58
The Bnei Brak Employment Center

The Bnei Brak Employment Center. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Every day, on the commute between his home in Jerusalem and his programming job in Bnei Brak, 31-year-old Yossi Reiss takes advantage of the opportunity to study Torah.

Finding the will to study on the bus and work a full day on mobile app programming isn’t easy for Reiss, an ultra- Orthodox Jew who only recently got into hi-tech.


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