What are careers/jobs that are the most in demand in Israel?

What are the most in demand careers in Israel today and careers that will continue to be in demand there? And then specifically what are the most in demand jobs in the areas of science and medicine?

Asked By: Anna - 3/4/2008
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Some of the fields that are most in demand in Israel today are medicine, hi-tech (software and hardware), electronics, construction and civil engineering. In the coming years, severe shortages of professionals in the fields of construction and infrastructure are foreseen. If either of these fields appeal to you, I... More
Answered By: ZB - 3/5/2008
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Doctors they are trying to bring more doctors into Israel via aliayh there are just not enough medical schools in Israel and few people want to be doctors for it does not pay that much because of socialized medicine and socialized education.
Answered By: Regular Joe - 3/4/2008
The highest demand for solders, Israel wants always to increase the number of its army because they can’t live in peace, because war is their way of life... More
Answered By: ABC - 3/4/2008
The greatest demand is for skilled IT workers. Additionally, mother tongue English & an additional European language (plus, of course, Hebrew) will always get a job applicant to the front of the job queue... More
Answered By: helen o - 3/5/2008
the most demanded jobs are doctors. b/c in the us they pay more so most go to the us. but if you have an engineers degree or a any computers degree you'll get a job instantly.. i can't say for sure this is right this is just what i see, if you want more information contact the ministry of labour
Answered By: hamarker - 3/5/2008
Since they have been killing so many Palestinian kids and babies lately, I would assume that baby killers are a hot market right now. If that's not your thing, you can always be a "home demolisher" . That's a pretty steady market.
Answered By: Chal - 3/5/2008
go to the nefesh b nefesh website, they list the jobs a most in demand
Answered By: samsproudmommy - 3/5/2008
The high-tech market is still booming in Israel, with many international companies attracted the high-quality of Israeli engineers and the relatively low wages (compared to the US dollar, Euro or UK Pound for example). Currently medicine is not especially in demand, however in a decade or so the demand is expected to... More
Answered By: Michael J - 3/5/2008
Phy7sicians and scientists who can conduct research are in demand at the moment. For more info:
Answered By: kismet770 - 3/6/2008
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