Why you should choose to work in Israel
“We’re all Israelis,” says a young Israeli who has been volunteering at the Israeli Foreign Ministry in Tel Aviv.
He speaks with a calm, confident air, but he’s also a bit of a maverick.
A year and a half ago, he quit his job as an information technology professional in the Foreign Ministry to start a new career at WalMart.
He’s been working there for almost two years, and he has a lot to offer.
“I’ve seen how much people want to work here, and it’s really nice to be able to do something with the Israelis,” he says.
He also has a personal connection to Israel, having lived there for several years before moving to Israel in 2009.
The young Israeli has recently come back to the United States, and is now a resident of the US.
“We are a young country.
We are an open country,” he explains.
“But Israel is also very welcoming and I think we need to continue to be welcoming to people here.”
He feels that, as a foreigner, Israel offers a lot.
“Israel is an amazing country.
It’s a great place for a young person to live, to learn and to work,” he tells The Jerusalem Times.
“It’s not like you’re going to have to leave your home for a month and come here.”
So, why did the young Israeli leave his job?
“I feel like I’ve got to do it for a reason,” he replies, “I have to do this for the country.”
According to the Israeli Government, there are more than 1.5 million Israeli Jews in the US, with more than 7 million living in the country.
They have been living here for almost four decades.
They are often referred to as “the Israelites,” and their status is often debated.
In recent years, there have been calls to expand Israel’s diplomatic presence in the United State.
A number of US politicians have also spoken out against expanding Israel’s presence in US-occupied Jerusalem.
In 2015, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against the decision of the UN General Assembly to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
In a speech to Congress, Netanyahu said that, “There is no Palestinian state within the borders of Israel, the capital of Israel is Israel’s.”
This is controversial, as the UN recognizes Jerusalem as the capital and the Palestinian Authority is an official entity in Palestine.
The Israeli government also has recently expressed concern about the “anti-Semitism” of the Jewish state, as well as the rising number of anti-Israel rallies and protests across the country, according to The Jerusalem News.
So why do Israelis want to leave the Israeli government?
“Israel has a very positive image and the country is very well known,” explains Tzvi Golan, the co-founder of the Israel-based NGO, Tel Aviv Fund for the Arts.
“People come here for the culture and the arts.
They come here to live.
But there are a lot of problems. “
This is a very beautiful country.
But there are a lot of problems.
Israel is an open society, and people are very passionate about Israel.
But I’m not sure what it’s like here, so I want to go to work, so that I can make it better,” he continues.
Golan has recently returned to Israel from the US to work as an intern in the Israeli ministry.
He says that he loves the country’s people, and the opportunities he’s been given, especially in the fields of film, design and education.
“There are so many opportunities in Israel for people like me,” he told The Jerusalem Press.
“If I had a chance to do anything in Israel, I would go and live here.”
A young Israeli working at the Foreign Minister’s office in Tel, Israel, during a visit to the embassy in Washington, DC, on March 27, 2018.
Source: Al Jazeera English/Wikimedia Commons “Israel offers a big future,” says Tamar Golan.
The 20-year-old Israeli from Tel Aviv, a resident in the State of Israel since 2007, says he loves Israel.
His dream is to go back to Israel and start his own business, and then return to the US after working there.
He is currently studying engineering and hopes to go into business administration after graduation.
“When I was a student in college, I had to go abroad to study.
I could go home and study, and go back and live abroad,” he explained.
“So, I’m looking forward to that, but at the same time I feel that it’s a huge risk to go, to start something here and I can’t imagine going back to my home country.”
Tamar, who has worked as an international intern in several Israeli diplomatic posts in Washington DC and London, recently returned from a trip to Israel.
He tells The Israel Times that, for him, Israel is “an amazing