You are wrong: Take it this way: Salary for a beginning teacher in Israel is around $750, brut. In Turkey, a beginning teacher would get much more than $1000 net, not brut. When the net salary is calculated, Turkish teachers would easily get twice as much as their Israelli counterparts. Add to these all the other benefits of being a teacher in Turkey: social insurance (which even pays dental work), extra wages per term, extra course hour wages, etc. A beginning teacher in Turkey would then get three to four times as much as Israeli teachers.
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