The economic safety net plan that went into effect last year when the coronavirus pandemic started had provided job seekers with unemployment benefits through the end of June.
Unemployment reached as high as 22% last April, during the country's first coronavirus closure, and averaged 16% for 2020 as a whole.
Not only is there fear about the future and making a living, but there is also an issue of how people perceive their ability to cope with the situation.
Community building is the watchword for these three women, and the thread that connects them all.
The COVID year was disastrous for most sectors, and the average number of vacancies fell in all of them.
As Israel suffers from a shortage of skilled programmers and engineers, more and more companies are looking to videos on TikTok and other social media networks to get the word out.
“Jerusalem Facts and Trends for 2020 – A Glimpse” is the exhaustive and highly detailed picture of the city in numbers and figures.
'We can't handle the customers because we don't have enough workers'
In today’s job market, companies are looking for people with specific competencies
As Israel's economy reopens due to the success of the nation's vaccination campaign, businesses are looking to hire in record numbers, but lack people interested in working.