The Israeli Paradox: So Many Jobs, So Little Income

An imbalanced labor market that is long on higher education and short on relevant skills is creating a job market of working poor, says leading management consultant Ze'ev Rotem.

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As finance minister, Yuval Steinitz proudly stated a year ago that the 340,000 jobs created in Israel over the three previous years were the most the economy had ever generated in its history and the highest...