International Workers' Day 2013: The Best and Worst Jobs in Israel

Israel's increasingly polarized labor market has yielded some wacky results, like port workers making ten times as much as lawyers. Here's a breakdown of the status of workers in the country today.

It could be argued that pyramid structures in the capital markets are being dismantled. But rather the opposite is taking place in the job market. Intensifying jobs churn has created a stratified system, where some employees are privileged and others are disadvantaged, even within the same organization.