Can a Yeshiva Education Prepare You for Life in Startup Nation?

Two founders of KamaTech, which helps the ultra-Orthodox find work in high tech, give TheMarker an unequivocal yes. Tech companies just have to get over their prejudices, they say.

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Israel’s high-tech industry is desperately short of engineers and its rapidly growing ultra-Orthodox (Haredi) community needs jobs. Bringing the two together, however, is a challenge: Haredim lack formal...