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Ayalon pedestrian bridge Photo; Chen Architects Haim Katz wants alternatives to Sat work on Tel Aviv bridge

The Yehudit pedestrian bridge over the Ayalon highway is becoming a major orthodox-secular political bone of contention.

Careers Photo: Shutterstock Becoming a CEO's executive assistant can be a bad move

Most people with this job title are actually administrative assistants.

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Photo: Eyal Izhar TASE workers blocking public offering

Negotiations between management and the workers have reached a deadlock.

unemployment  photo: Ariel Yarozlimksy Unemployment claims up 5.7% in 2018

The number of claims for income supplements was down 11% in 2018.

Lilach Asher-Topilsky Discount Bank signs new salary agreement

The agreement includes a NIS 450 pay rise for clerical staff and NIS 600 for managers.

Teva's Kfar Saba site Photo: Alon Ron Teva to produce new complex drugs outside Israel

Management feels that labor disputes at Teva's Kfar Saba plant have made the site less attractive for production of new drugs.

Haredi women in high-tech Photo: Darren Whiteside New forum targets high-tech jobs for haredi women

Senior high-tech leaders have joined a forum founded by the Haredi Institute for Public Affairs.

Buses Photo: Tamar Matsafi Your money in 2019, part 2: cars, buses, housing, tips

Politicians want to be admired for protecting the environment - but without giving up tax revenues from cars and gasoline.

Haredim Photo: Shutterstock Haredim aren't as poor as you think

Ultra-Orthodox Jews are smarter consumers, have interest-free loan funds, and are satisfied even if they are poor, the Haredi Institute for Public Affairs has found.

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