Israeli ultra-Orthodox Women's 'Slave Market': Lower Wages, More Exploitation

The state encourages Haredi women to join the workforce, taking pride in the surge in their numbers, but doesn’t monitor or regulate the working conditions of many of them

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Zehava was a teacher at an ultra-Orthodox academic institution in the Jerusalem area and for an entire year was not paid for her work nor receive any social benefits, she says. She went on maternity leave for...