For many young Israelis, pitching goods at U.S. malls is a rite of passage
You'd better be a good seller, if you’re not already working as a mover. And make sure you get a work visa. After that, it gets addictive.
Before doing her army service, Noa, 22, spent six months selling cosmetics in the Caribbean and the United States. The first part of her trip was traumatic.
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