High Israeli birthrate not backed by social policies
Study: Government policy of encouraging births needs to be supported by anti-poverty incentives, including the acquisition of higher education.
The Israeli government’s policy of encouraging the population to have children is not sufficiently backed by a policy that would also provide incentives to acquire a higher education as a means of encouraging people to enter the workforce, a study by the Taub Center for Social Policy Studies says. As a result, Israel also has relatively high poverty...
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