The report predicts that Israel's population will reach 10,000,000 people in 2024.
The downward movement presents a glimmer of hope for Israelis, who have spent the last 12 months watching the country’s inflation rise by 5.2% since July of last year.
It will become possible to learn far more than is currently known about gaps in wealth, education and other factors between Ashkenazi and Mizrahi Jews.
Inflation in Israel is still considerably lower than in other developed countries. Nevertheless, July’s inflation figure came as an unpleasant surprise.
Recent years have seen an uptick in serious and fatal accidents, despite a general downward trend in the total number of traffic accidents.
Current calls for Israel's destruction as well as antisemitism that never dies show that some attitudes toward the Jews have not changed. What has changed, however, is the Jews themselves.
On the eve of the Holocaust in 1939, the World Jewish population numbered 16.6 people.
The number of departures was several times higher than the figures for March 2020 and 2021, and slightly lower than the figure for March 2019.
Beit Shemesh faces significant challenges in both the social and economic realms. This plan to reinvigorate the city’s infrastructure is expected to target those challenges.
The poorest paid sectors were entertainment and leisure with an average salary of NIS 7,000, and hospitality and catering services with an average monthly salary of NIS 5,400.