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According to the World Bank, unemployment in the West Bank in 2016 stood at around 18%.
The current lack of talent, according to the report, has led to an employees’ market in the tech sector.
Chairman of the municipality Avichai Avraham assumed the chairmanship three years ago, seeking to improve employee conditions without resorting to sanctions and strikes.
“There is nothing that makes you feel better than helping someone else realize that they can succeed”
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
Clalit Health Services’ 14 hospitals and hundreds of the largest health fund’s community clinics around the country will be hit Sunday by an all-day “warning strike.”
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The current government has more than doubled the budget for stipends for full-time yeshiva students.
By JEREMY SHARON
NGO says higher level of employment in public sector is responsible for lower incomes
This survey also revealed that out of those 136 participating countries, Israel tied with the United States on overall happiness of employees at work.
By SARAH LEVI
The employment rate of non-Haredi Jews is higher than the OECD average and has already surpassed the government’s 2020 goal of 83%, as has the employment rate of Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) women.
By AVI WEISS
It is important for us to properly understand the ability of ultra-Orthodox society to adapt to contemporary challenges in order to design policy for the future.
By GILAD MALACH
Kuwait had already imposed this requirement on Lebanese women, though only the latter require a security clearance.
By DIMA ABUMARIA/ THE MEDIA LINE
While in Israel 59% of women participate in the work force, only 19% of Palestinian women are employed in either part-time or full-time positions.
By ADAM RASGON
Earlier this month Jordan became the first Arab country to issue Syrian refugees with a new type of work permit that opens up the growing construction sector.
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