The more things change, the more they stay the same... Israeli parents still want their children to grow up to be doctors, according to a national survey reported in Ha'ir Ra'anana. But technology is making inroads, with a significant number of parents wanting their children to go into high-tech careers, the survey of 500 people found. According to the report, 22 percent of Israeli parents want their offspring to be doctors, 16% want them to go into high-tech, and 10% want them to be lawyers. Other careers acceptable to parents were computer or electronics engineer (6%), teacher (4%), business manager, business owner, actor, professional sportsperson, economist, or electrical engineer, each of which garnered 2% of the vote. The survey found some significant regional differences, with parents in the Sharon more likely to want their children to be models than parents in other areas. Some 3.8% of Sharon parents put modeling as their preferred career for their children, compared with 0.0% in Jerusalem and in southern Israel.