Emigration

An El Al plane in Ben Gurion Airport
Israel’s emigration a cause for concern

While “brain drain” or human capital flight, is not a solely Israeli problem, new figures published Tuesday by the Central Bureau of Statistics show cause for concern.

09/10/2018
 Berlin
Jpost Editorial: Emigration worries

Israel’s retention rate is all the more amazing considering the fact that Israel produces more scientists, engineers and hi-tech workers per capita than most other Western countries.

Palestinian protesters in Hebron.
The humanitarian solution - Responding to readers - Part II

Into the Fray: It would be intriguing to see how ‘sumud’ stands up to chance of better life and compensation worth two centuries of current GDP per capita.

Latin Patriarch Twal gives communion in Bethlehem
Christians are both thriving, beleaguered in Israel

The population is succeeding at school and at work, but their numbers are barely growing.

By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
26/12/2011
An airplane parked at a gate at Ben Gurion Airport.
Why Israelis emigrate

Those remaining in Israel are increasingly ethno-nationalists such as religious Zionists, Russians, traditional-minded Sephardim and Ethiopians.

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