More Haredi Jews Expected to Move into High-Tech With Remote Work Boom

According to a recent survey of 100 high-tech employers, the shifts in social structure that were forged by the COVID pandemic show a likely increase in Haredi Jews becoming employed in that sector. Kamatech, the Askaria Institute and IATI- Israel Advanced Technology Industries have collaborated on the study, which showed that 55% think that remote work’s rise will encourage more Haredim to look for and find jobs in Israel’s booming technology sector. Furthermore 18% of these 100 companies said that their Haredi workforce has already increased within the past year. The best result of all: 91% claimed a “high” or “very high” willingness to hire Haredi workers into the tech sector. Read more here.

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