Invest in employment programs, rather than disaster relief – opinion

Those who are currently at the bottom of the employment ladder are the young graduates who have difficulty finding work and are always among the first to be let go.

National Library of Israel and the books of the people

With the cultural repository shuttered since last week, its chairman tells ‘In Jerusalem’ why we should all care.

Ofer Sirkin Mall to host youth employment fair

The fair will take place August 6, in cooperation with the Petah Tikva Municipality.

Opening a business – with spirit – during the coronavirus pandemic

Rouach Gross says the last twist came with the coronavirus, which sent her, along with so many other Israelis, to halat (forced vacation).

Hapoalim launches vocational training program

The program will provide, free of charge, vocational training to give the unemployed an opportunity to return to work.

Thousands protest economic situation amid coronavirus crisis in Tel Aviv, July 11, 2020
Thousands of enraged protesters gather in Tel Aviv: 'No more games!'

Politicians were told not to come as thousands gathered in Tel Aviv, to warn government not to let them down during COVID-19 financial crisis.

Coronavirus: Israelis looking for work in these uncertain times

While many of those who have been let go from their jobs are still receiving unemployment benefits, there are plenty of people who either quit or were fired before the pandemic began.

CBRE: Build residential capsules in office buildings amid COVID-19 crisis

This plan will help save small office renters who cannot pay their rent, and it will solve the plight of real estate developers.

Michigan House passes bill to make employee microchips voluntary

The bill will now be introduced into the State Senate, where if it passes Governor Gretchen Whitmer will be able to sign the legislation into Michigan law.

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