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Aliyah Preparation:  Teachers - Making It In Israel

The greatest demand for teachers currently is in development towns and in the northern and southern parts of the country. There is a particular lack of teachers for English, mathematics, technical subjects and computer science in these locations. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Who needs to earn a living anyway?:  On the Joys of Unemployment

As Israel battles one of its worst recessions ever, Sue's personal account of her own unemployment, gives us a humorous and lighthearted look at how to overcome what could otherwise be a very stressful experience. [Full article...]
By: Sue Tourkin-Komet
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Aliyah Info:  Tourism and Hotel Work - Second Edition

THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY. Each year, from all over the world, millions of tourists flock to Israel. They come to visit the holy and historical sites, for recreation and relaxation, and to spend time with family and friends living in the country. In addition, Israel is a popular location for conferences and conventions, both for Jewish organizations, and various international associations. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Aliyah Preparation:  Medical Professionals - Third Edition

THE FOLLOWOING INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY AS RULES AND REGULATIONS FREQUENTLY CHANGE. The main way for physicians to find work is to directly approach the hospitals and health funds in which they are interested in working. Be sure to have plenty of copies of all necessary documents, including resume (curriculum vitae), diplomas and letters of recommendation. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Aliyah Preparation:  Nurses - Third Edition

PLEASE NOTE: RULES AND REGULATIONS FREQUENTLY CHANGE. THIS ARTICLE SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY. Nurses are employed in the health system in all sectors. Government, municipal and private hospitals, Mother and Child-Care clinics, school medical services, community and mental health services, kupat holim clinics, kibbutzim and private health-care services all employ nurses. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Aliyah Preparation:  Guide for the Self-Employed Oleh (Second Edition)

This booklet presents a basic guide to working independently in Israel. The information contained herein is accurate as of the date of publication. However, due to frequent changes in laws, regulations and economic factors, you should refer to this brochure as a general guide only and not as a definitive listing of static facts and figures. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Aliyah Preparation:  Engineers and Architects (Mehandesim V'adrichalim)

THIS ARTICLE SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY AS RULES AND REGULATIONS FREQUENTLY CHANGE. Israeli industry has made great advances in recent years. The improvement in both quality and scope is largely due to increased foreign and domestic investments, the demands of increased international trade, as well as a large influx of academic brainpower. [Full article...]
By: Barbara Meltz-Kahn
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Aliyah Preparation:  Social Workers

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY AS RULES AND REGULATIONS FREQUENTLY CHANGE. [Full article...]
By: Laura L. Woolf
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Making it in Israel:  Accountants

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED AS A GUIDE ONLY AS RULES AND REGULATIONS FREQUENTLY CHANGE. There is a steady demand for qualified accountants which is likely to continue due to current economic and legislative requirements. [Full article...]
By: Eli Birnbaum
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Aliyah Preparation:  Becoming a Lawyer in Israel - FAQ

All you need to know about becoming a lawyer in Israel. [Full article...]
By: Carl Sherer
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