The Israeli paradox: so many jobs, so little income
An imbalanced labor market that is long on higher education and short on relevant skills is creating a job market of working poor, says leading management consultant Ze'ev Rotem.
As finance minister, Yuval Steinitz proudly stated a year ago that the 340,000 jobs created in Israel over the three previous years were the most the economy had ever generated in its history and the highest per capita rate in the Western world. But Ze'ev Rotem, the CEO of Rotem Strategy, a management consulting firm that has over the last 15 years provided strategic advice to many of Israel's biggest companies,...
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