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An A-Z employment guide. Find that job or new career in Israel

Hebrew:תעסוקה בישראל

career jobs in israel

Finding a job is one of the biggest challenges of your Aliyah. You might think that  knowing English will make it easier to land a job.  That was true 25 years ago - today the market is different.  We want to emphasize the importance of learning and continually improving your Hebrew communication skills.  When you can communicate with co-workers and potential clients, you will improve your marketability.  Learning Hebrew is just one on the many employment skills you require.  Read these articles and take note of the employment information we are sharing with you.  Veteran olim (vatikim), with years of experience have contributed this information so that you can achieve employment success.

Jobs in Israel

An overview of employment in Israel and jobs for English and foreign language speakers

Avoid this job!

10 warning signs of a bad job listing. Don't even think about taking these jobs

Making a career change

Many olim choose or are forced to change careers but do you know which career path is worth pursuing 

Courses for English speakers

The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption offers you free course hours. Take advantage of this and improve your skills

Dressing for a job interview

Israel has a more relaxed dress code, but are jeans okay? What not to wear for a job interview

The employment contract

Clauses and important information to include in your work contract before you sign

Employment counseling and employment agencies

Personal guidance and career choices and agencies catering to English speakers

Employment survey

What's happening in Israel's Anglo community? Survey results

Employment Terminology: English, Hebrew and transliterations

Employment tips

15 tips to help you get best results and manage your job search

Rules of employment

The 3 universal employment rules by Maurice Singer

Equal opportunity employment law for Israel

Equal rights for men and women in Israel's workplace, equal pay and equal opportunities

Form 101/Tofes 101

Form 101 is a Bituach Leumi requirement and must be filled in as soon as you commence employment 

Interview questions

The 444 most asked, typical Israel interview questions by Jacob Share of JobMob

Small business owners - Olim give worthwhile advice

Israel's labor laws

What exactly am I entitled to? 


50 top internships in Israel

Israel Payroll Calculator

Figure out how much you should be earning with our average monthly salary calculator charge

Keren Hishtalmut

What is a keren hishtalmut? A possible benefit and tax free saving plan

Labor laws for Israeli teens

What is my teen entitled to? Hours, breaks, social benefits, clauses and important information to include in their contract

Lunch breaks

Don't make eat lunch at your desk. What will happen if you do

Minimum wage laws for Israel

Daily, weekly or monthly? Average wage vs minimum wage

You're fired!

Notice and dismissal. What are your obligations and laws from the employer's side?

Overtime laws and regulations

Find yourself working more than 160 hours a month? Are you entitled to overtime? What is the overtime rate?

Pensions for Independent Workers

New regulations from January 2017

Employment polls & surveys

Detailed results of our 2014 employment survey

Pregnancy & maternity leave

Bituach Leumi benefits. Are dads entitled to maternity leave too?

Salaries & wages

When do I get paid? What is 'Bruto' and what is 'Neto'?

Salary slip and statement

What exactly is included in your weekly or monthly pay slip - Tlush Maskoret

Being self-employed in Israel

Is it a good idea? Opening and registering a business in Israel

Severance pay - Hebrew: Pitzuim

Pitzuim - severance pay, one month for every year worked

Israel sick leave regulations

Authorized sick days, entitlements and compensation 

Translated pay slip

A Hebrew to English translation of your pay slip

Travel allowances for workers in Israel

Public transport allowances or using my own car to get to work? By Binyamin Radomsky


Registering with the Unemployment Office - Hebrew: Lishkat HaTa'asuka

The trend towards video interviews

Are they awful or are they a handy tool before you make Aliyah

Working hours

Working 9-5, and probably even more

Work injuries

Injured on the job? Filling out the forms and claiming from Bituach Leumi

Writing you resume for the Israeli job market

Tips for preparing and sending your resume (c.v.) the Israeli way

Anglo-List Business Directory

Know who's near.  Oleh friendly professional services near you 

Learn Hebrew

We want to help you learn Hebrew. Take advantage of the Hebrew English translations, word sheets and other Hebrew language learning aids in this website 

Join our social and professional networks, make friends and discover new opportunities

LinkedIn Professional Networking Group for English Speakers in Israel

Anglo-list Group on Facebook

Anglo-List Jobs for Olim & Internationals in Israel

Haifa Business Network on Facebook