Study: Yawning wage gaps point to deep discrimination in Israel's labor market
Study finds that Russian immigrants and native-born Israeli Jews earn more than Ethiopian immigrants and Israeli Arabs, by wide margins, in the same professions.
The Israeli job market suffers deep discrimination based on skin color and national origin. That is the conclusion of new research examining the average wage of university-educated workers over a decade.
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