The missing Arab in high-tech
Today the unseen people of the 1950s are the hope of the Israeli economy. Without them, in Silicon Valley they will look for high-tech workers in India.
Whoever designated the Arabs to chopping wood and drawing water in the 1950s gets them today as outstanding high-tech workers. I recently completed reading the shocking book by Roni Floman “Good Intentions − Arab High-Tech in Israel.” Floman tells of the Sisyphean struggle of Arab individuals in a society that has designated traditional jobs for them; and of...
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