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The Orthodox Union is throwing its first major job fair in Israel in almost 4 years. Who The 2008 Orthodox Union job fair in Jerusalem was aimed at new immigrants (olim chadashim) only, although, having been there, I can tell you that the olim weren't the only ones there. Thankfully, this time around, the fair will be open to all Israeli job seekers.
Sometimes, the right career change can happen without completely changing careers. This a guest post by Shoshanna Jaskoll. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Where I started Back in college, If you had asked me to rank possible careers for myself, my current one would not have even been on the list. I would have started with Astronaut, continued with Minister of the Environment, and possibly ended with Avocado Picker. Being 5'1" knocked me out of Astronaut contention- ( Also, I stink at math, but officially I blame the height thing). Minister of the Environment could have happened, maybe, after many, many years of grunt work, excellent ulpan and working my tuchus off to meet the right people.
The Center for Employment Guidance for Olim and Returning Immigrants is planning a job fair in Jerusalem with "hundreds of job offers."
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