Job seekers are struggling to find jobs in Israel, according to an international survey.
The Israeli Job Search website found that just under 50% of Israelis said they have searched for jobs in the past month, a number that is higher than the national average of 44%.
The job search website found, however, that many people do not know what they want to do in life.
“It is a little bit tough for many people,” said Israel Job Search’s director Yigal Shternberg.
“It is like a puzzle, like you can only find the parts that you are looking for.”
Shternberg said that many Israelis do not understand the meaning of “working,” the Israeli word for work.
Shternberger said many Israelis are not looking for jobs that require a lot of responsibility and responsibility is not a strong desire among Israelis.
“Most Israelis don’t want to work at a certain level of complexity, and if you are a certain kind of person you can’t have that,” Shternberger explained.
“People who are interested in doing something more, more creative and more complicated,” Shernberger said.
“You have to look for a place where you can be creative and not be responsible and not have to work very long hours.”
Many Israelis have a difficult time finding a job in Israel.
In March, an Israeli study found that more than half of Israelis who had looked for jobs since March 2014 said they did not have a job.
The survey also found that about 10% of job seekers did not find a job after two months.
According to a recent survey by the Israeli government, one in five Israelis have not had a job since they left their jobs in 2014.
The survey, conducted by the Labor Ministry, found that 62% of the Israelis surveyed had stopped looking for a job, and one in 10 had stopped working for six months or longer.
Another survey from the Israel Ministry of Labor, which surveyed 1,400 Israelis between January and May, found nearly half of the Israeli workforce is either unemployed or on disability, meaning they do not have jobs.
The Labor Ministry’s latest survey, however was not based on the results of the Labor Search website, which has since been taken down.
“When the survey was conducted in 2016, I think it was about 70% of those surveyed were not looking, and then the Labor ministry did an analysis and found the survey is a very old survey and so it’s impossible to get that kind of information,” said Shternbohn.
According for example, the Labor website has since 2017 been replaced by a new survey.
Shterner said the Labor survey has a much higher response rate, and the Israeli Job search website does not.
“We do not even have a good measure of the response to the new survey, so it cannot be 100% accurate,” Shermanberger said of the survey.
“A lot of people are not searching for jobs, but for jobs they do find, and they are not getting the job, or they are just not getting a job,” Shirlberger said, adding that the Labor Survey is not based solely on the Labor search website, but on other surveys, as well.
“You cannot say that it is just a coincidence that it’s not the Labor market, it is the economy,” Shirvenberg said.
The number of Israelis seeking work dropped from almost 2 million in 2016 to 1.5 million in 2017.
The decrease is attributed to a rise in the unemployment rate to 3.9%.
However, Shirberg said there are still people who are actively looking for work, as they are looking at other options in Israel or abroad.
“I think a lot more people are looking than before,” Shirdberg said of Israel’s jobless rate.
“People are looking and doing what they are doing.”
According to Shternber, there is a growing problem of discrimination against Israelis in Israel’s labor market.
“We are seeing the Israeli economy become more discriminatory and this is happening in all sectors,” Shrimberg said, referring to Israel’s high unemployment rate.
“If we are to succeed, we must create a society that supports people and gives them opportunities, and that is not only about the job market, but also the economy.”
Shirvenburg said that Israel is not immune to discrimination.
“When you look at the statistics, we see discrimination against women, but it is also discrimination against people of color, against immigrants, and it is discrimination against all kinds of groups,” Shirov said.