Marketing, Internet & foreign currency companies are recruiting
Anglo immigration assistance group Nefesh B'Nefesh and the Jewish Agency are holding a series of "career-focused Aliyah Fairs" across North America this fall, to make Jews there "more aware of the wide range of opportunities that the strong Israeli job market has to offer new immigrants," the organizations announced. NBN receives four to five job openings every day, said its employment director, Rachel Berger. "More and more [employers] are calling us, and there is a full smorgasbord of positions," the New York native told Anglo File, adding that Israeli companies turn to her with openings in sales, marketing, law, medicine and high tech and other fields. "The Israel economy has been stable throughout the [economic crisis], and companies need people who can accurately express themselves in English," she added.
Chaim Emmett, the U.K.-born founder and CEO of Israemploy, a website for local job seekers, confirmed that "there is no question that there are a lot of jobs out there." Marketing, Internet and the foreign currency fields in particular have an increased demand for Anglos, said Emmett, who also serves as consultant for the Jewish Agency's Aliyah Job Center.
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