unemployment

"Profession for a Lifetime" was the first employment conference of its kind
One-in-five Israeli businesses set to fail thanks to coronavirus lockdown

11.5% of Israel's workforce have been put out of work since the lockdown began in March.

The Marlene Meyerson JCC closed in March and laid off or furloughed 72 staff members last week.
JFNA launches initiative to help recently unemployed Jewish professionals

The new website offers information about financial relief from the government and Jewish community sources, and the International Association of Jewish Free Loans, which provides assistance.

Stav Nemirovsky used pandemic to pilot new career path

For former El Al pilot Nemirovsky, there was never a question of whether to stay home collecting benefits or look for other work.

Israeli self-employed protest the lack of financial support from the Israeli government in times of
Can Israelis survive financially until a vaccine for COVID-19 is found?

879,131 Israelis are seeking work, and the country currently has an 11.9# unemployment rate.

Trump to go a 'different way' after COVID-19 aid talks break down

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said they would recommend that Trump issue executive orders over the weekend to resume enhanced unemployment benefits

By REUTERS
08/08/2020
Pessimism over economy was running high before coronavirus lockdown - Pew

Pessimism was highest globally over whether the gap between rich and poor could be reduced.

Ofer Sirkin Mall to host youth employment fair

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

Allies of the Machane Yehuda market stand empty due to coronavirus
As higher education confronts COVID-19, edX provides unique success model

The free-for-all online education NGO, with over 32 million users, is engaged with Israeli universities to ensure students and teachers could work, no matter what.

Jerusalem family of six, unable to pay rent, relocates to the lake

About a week ago, the Ofir family camp was paid a visit by local authorities, who demanded they vacate the area. Ofir told the authorities that they have no plans to stay there for a long time.

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