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'You get a salary but can’t really do anything,' says one government official. 'If we were a private business, it would've declared bankruptcy or laid off half of us,' says another
Teacher shortage and overcrowded classrooms leave parents no choice but to seek private help, even for young children
People need to work longer as life expectancy grows, but employers are more likely to fire than hire older people
Meteorological service’s climatology chief says climate change could make Eilat as hot as Abu Dhabi
Economists say GDP and household income would be hit, not to mention the Haredim and Israeli Arabs
Israel Employment Service director calls increase in job seekers, fewer vacancies a 'red light', warns not to wait for the crisis to take action
One has a WeWork space for designers, another a model based on pirates and a third a cooperative for older workers
Those who are at the bottom half of the skills ladder, however, earn less than their counterparts in other OECD countries
A year after a court ruling meant to provide social benefits, restaurateurs and servers are dissatisfied – and experienced employees are leaving the field
Low graduation rate is sharp edge of sword in educational system where Arabs lag far behind their Jewish peers
Gap between Jews and Arabs remains wide, too, but showed some improvement in 2018
Survey shows jobs requiring analytical and quantitative abilities are growing the fastest, but local schools aren’t teaching math and science successfully
Israeli Roey Tzezana says middle-class jobs will vanish, polarization between rich and poor will grow – and it will happen faster than you think
Long before they are ready to retire, many Israelis find themselves out of a job and no prospect of getting a new one
Treasury economist urges plan to boost labor productivity
The proposal calls for giving new parents a combined 24 weeks of paid parental leave, up from a current 15
‘Freelancers have no protection – neither legally nor socially,’ says lobbyist – and they are on their way to being the majority in the workforce
Committee said it provided some political parties less access to minutes from precincts after they violated disclosure restrictions
For years, marketers have been trying to figure out how to sell to millennials. Start by looking at their empty wallets
Haaretz found a correlation between unbalanced precinct committees and polling stations with potential irregularities; Central Elections Committee says such configurations are unavoidable
A 'dysfunctional' education system drives many who retrained with the hope of making a difference to leave the profession
Last Israeli Election Was Riddled With Irregularities and Suspected Voting Fraud, Haaretz Investigation Reveals
Haaretz pored over thousands of protocols and spoke to ballot officials, uncovering a disturbing picture
Ultra-Orthodox and Arab Parties Struck Illegal Deal at Polling Stations, Haaretz Investigation Finds
United Torah Judaism and United Arab List-Balad swapped representatives at key polling stations, in violation of election laws ■ Analysis of thousands of protocols from polling stations and interviews with dozens of representatives reveal the deal
With exports approved, the rush is on to serve a multibillion-dollar global market. But some warn that competition and high costs could dash dreams
Less sugar and salt is all the rage as food makers try to catch up and still keep their products tasty.
Once ads told us who used a brand and what the story was. Today it’s all told on social media and price rules, so the big chains are hurting.
Parents are being forced to pay a premium for their children to play at Israel’s premier soccer and basketball clubs, including the buying of official kits and merchandise.
A Haaretz investigative report shows that the benefits of the drug are far from clear, especially when taken without proper supervision.
It seems that in 2012 Wissotzky Tea cracked the code of getting shoppers to spend more on a particular product - something others in Israel's food industry struggled to do.