By Yael Barnea Posted February 18, 2020 09:16:54Young Israelis are more likely to want to pursue a career in the fields of tourism and education than any other sector of Israeli society, a recent study revealed.
The study by Tel Aviv University, Haifa University and the Jerusalem University found that young Israelis are the least likely of any generation to want a career, with a median age of 25 years old.
They are also the least apt to have any formal education.
“We see this in a variety of fields.
We see the lack of a certain amount of formal education, the lack [of] an education for a certain age,” said study researcher Yaakov Neeman, a lecturer in public policy at Tel Aviv’s Hebrew University.
“So for the most part, we see that there is a gap between the young and the older generation.”
The report also found that Israelis over the age of 35 were significantly more likely than those under 25 to work in the hospitality industry.
The survey found that 65 percent of Israelis over 35 said they were in the business of hospitality, compared to 40 percent of those under 35.
According to Neeman’s research, there is an age gap in the demand for hospitality, with an estimated 40 percent older adults seeking work in hospitality.
This means that, according to the report, there are more opportunities for younger people to enter the hospitality sector.
The study also found young Israelis were significantly less likely to be involved in the work of an NGO, and a majority of them are not interested in doing so.
It also found a significant difference in the availability of employment for young people in various sectors.
According the survey, only 17 percent of Israeli workers over 25 years of age had a job offer in the next three months, compared with 35 percent of their peers in the same age bracket.
It was also noted that most young Israelis do not have a formal job offer.
According in the survey results, about one in five Israelis over 25, and one in six over 25 and over 50, have no job offer whatsoever.
The number of young Israelis who said they do not want to work is also higher than in any other age bracket, the report noted.
According Neeman: “If we look at the question of whether young people want to go into the workforce, we find that a significant percentage of them say that they do.
This is particularly true for the younger ones.
It’s not so much that they say they want to do it.
It is that they don’t have an offer, which is quite worrying.”
The study found that there were large gaps in the amount of opportunity available to young Israelis, with the median age being 20 years old, and the median earnings of a typical young Israeli being just over $20,000 a year.
Neeman said the average annual salary for young Israelis is just under $80,000.
As for employment opportunities, there were no differences between the younger and older generations.
According for the study, there was no difference in educational attainment, with 60 percent of all Israelis under the age 30 having a university degree, compared the rate of less than 50 percent for the older generations, and almost a third for the young.
A lack of formal educational opportunities also led to a higher unemployment rate among young Israelis.
About one in four Israeli workers under 25 years-old said they are unemployed, compared for all the other age groups.
About three in five over 25s also have no formal job.
A major barrier to young people pursuing a career is the lack and lack of job opportunities in certain sectors of Israeli life.
In fact, a significant number of those surveyed said they have difficulty finding a job.
According to the study findings, one in ten Israelis between the ages of 25 and 34 were unable to find a job within the last three months.
“Young people in particular have a difficult time finding jobs, because it is not clear whether they can afford to buy a home or to have a decent quality of life,” Neeman noted.
“For the younger generation, this has been the biggest barrier to them in getting an education.
There is a very high level of unemployment.
I would say it is in the single digits.”
The lack of opportunities for young Israeli workers is also the major obstacle to a large number of them getting a job in the Israeli economy.
According the survey findings, there has been a significant decline in employment for the Israeli workforce in sectors such as tourism, public administration, engineering, agriculture and hospitality.
The majority of those who are unemployed do not qualify for unemployment benefits.
As a result, according the study: “There is a huge need for young workers, especially in sectors that need them the most.
This need is especially significant in tourism, tourism management, hospitality management, education, business administration and construction, which are all sectors with a large employment base.
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