The Orthodox Union's 2008 Israel Job Fair for English Speakers is coming on November 25th. With over 600 attendees already registered, the event is filling up so you need to register now if you haven't already.
The Orthodox Union of America (OU) is having a 2-part Israel job fair in New York and Jerusalem as part of their National Convention in November 2008.
In some ways, finding a job in Israel is very much like anywhere else. Except for the whole job search part. This is a guest post by Benji Lovitt of WhatWarZone. If you'd also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. With the shekel's value continuing to strengthen, it's good times all around in the Israeli economy. A land known too often for politics and conflict is slowly becoming recognized for its hi-tech and innovation. With new opportunities all around, it's a hot job market out there and potential candidates can make or break their careers with their next job offer. But look out, Western immigrants-just because you came from a Fortune 500 company doesn't mean you're ready to play ball in the Middle East; there are cultural differences after all. Without further ado, I present to you The Idiot's Guide to Finding a Job in Israel.
One year after his 3 Job Myths for Immigrant Lawyers in Israel, Yehuda gives more insight to life in the Israeli lawyer's workplace.
How one man successfully made aliya and kept his Silicon Valley job all the way through. A lot of his advice is useful for any Israel-based freelancers and anyone considering…