Job seekers at the Jerusalem Job Center, a recruitment center for the city’s unemployed, were delighted with the arrival of a young man named Yohan.
Yohan is a young Israeli who had applied for a job in the department store.
His résumé included a picture of a snowman on the side of the store and the word “hired.”
But when he arrived, he was surprised to find out that the job was for a manager of a different department store, a job that had not been advertised to him.
Yohannes parents are Israeli-Americans who were born and raised in the United States.
But he said he felt like a foreigner in the city where he grew up.
He had to explain that the manager he wanted had been with the company for a decade, and the manager who had hired him had been a customer.
And so he had been hired for a new job.
The manager told him that he would not be able to get a new position in the company if he worked for a different company.
He said he would be fired if he tried.
He was furious.
The man was angry, but also hopeful.
Yochai said he was not looking for a full-time job.
He wanted to make the best of his time.
He knew that the department was a big business and he would get better compensation for his work, and that he could get more money in bonuses.
He would be a good employee.
So, Yohan decided to get an offer to work for the company.
It took three weeks to get the offer, and then he had to wait for a phone call.
After that, he could go home and finish his homework.
“The phone call made me want to work harder,” he said.
But when the phone call went unanswered, Yohanne took a job at a different store and decided to take a job with another department store in the same city.
This time, he didn’t have to explain what he was doing and he was able to do the same job.
Now, Yosh, Yuhannes mom, said she felt good about the new job that Yohan had gotten.
“I am happy that he got it, and I hope he is doing well, and if he is, he is a good worker,” she said.
Yuhanyan said he decided to give up his dream job after working as a waiter at a restaurant in the neighboring city of Kiryat Gat.
“There was no opportunity for me to earn money as a professional,” he told Haaretz.
“This job is for someone who is not a professional.”
But Yohan says that his mother was right.
“If he does well, he will get more compensation, and he will make more money, and this will help me to make ends meet,” he says.
But it is hard to predict how much better this job hunt will be if Yohan’s mother does not speak English.
Yehanyan told Ha’aretz that his job search started after he received an offer from the Israeli branch of an American company.
“It was really nice.
It gave me a lot of confidence,” he recalled.
But after he accepted the job, Yihanyan felt a little disappointed.
“They told me that the company would pay more than what I had been making at my restaurant,” he explained.
He went home, and when he woke up the next morning, he found out that his salary had increased.
“Then I started looking for another job,” he added.
“And it is not over yet.
I need to find a job for the rest of my life.”
The Job Center for the Unemployed, located in an industrial area near Tel Aviv, provides job seekers with a place to start and a way to find jobs.
But Yohanyan, who had to study Hebrew to become a lawyer, said he has found it difficult to find work in the industry.
“When I got to the job center, I thought that I would get another job in another city, but I never found one,” he admitted.
And when he finally did find a new one, it was difficult to keep up with the demands of the job.
“Even though I was looking for jobs, I was always on the lookout for a better job,” Yohan explained.
“But it was hard to find one that is not paid well and is not difficult to do.
The other day I got an offer for $5.50 per hour.
It was not enough.
I could not take that job.”
He added that he does not have the experience to be a successful employee in the Israeli-American community.
“You have to have the right skills,” he stated.
As the Job Center’s CEO, Yohnan believes that young people in Israel”
At the moment, I have no idea how I am going to do that.”
As the Job Center’s CEO, Yohnan believes that young people in Israel