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U.S. Graduates Seek Work in Israel

Between the underwhelming number of job opportunities at home and a love for Israel, the decision to work in Israel has been easy for some recent college graduates.

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She moved to Israel with the Masa Israel Journey program, spending five months working at coexistence organization Sulha. Three years later, she’s still encouraging students to learn about Israel while working in Tel Aviv as a recruitment coordinator for Israel Experience.

“I think students are coming to Israel post-university because it offers them the opportunity to be a part of something that’s foreign but entirely familiar,” she said. “It’s that feeling of knowing you belong, you’re not entirely sure why, but you simply know you do.”

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About the Author: Jamie Sloane is a student-reporter for Israel Campus Beat.


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One Response to “U.S. Graduates Seek Work in Israel”

  1. Chaiya Eitan says:

    Amazing, isn't it….. Little Israel has better job opportunities than the U.S.

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