Ethiopian Israelis face most severe hiring discrimination, poll finds
A new survey by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor suggests that the economic value of a diversified workforce still isn't clear to many employers.
Among all social and ethnic groups in Israel, employers least prefer to hire Ethiopians, according to a survey conducted by the Industry, Trade and Labor Ministry's research department, the first of its kind in Israel. The survey's findings were presented Wednesday at the annual conference of the ministry's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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