One of the biggest blogs on the Internet, Daily Blog Tips, is running the Blogging Idol contest: the blog to gain the most subscribers by July 31st 2008 will be declared the winner.
Speaking to a complete stranger can have an amazing therapeutic effect. Whether you're feeling depressed on your job search in Israel or just want someone to talk to, ERAN can help. To get the full scoop for you, I spoke with Candy Shinaar, ERAN's former Director of Resource Development, and Tal Perri, Director of ERAN's Jerusalem branch and a veteran of 30+ years with the organization.
The Generous December group writing project is taking time out to recognize notable charities, social causes or otherwise helpful organizations. When it comes to finding jobs in Israel in 2007,…
In Part 1 of this 2-part interview, Chaim Fox-Emmett spoke about his motivations for founding Israemploy, the frustrations they are trying to address, and he also answered questions about the organization and its cast of volunteers around the world. This is Part 2 of the JobMob interview.
Chaim Fox-Emmett founded the Israemploy amuta (Israeli charity) in 2002 as a mailing list broadcasting Israeli job listings in English. In March 2006 after a year in development, his team replaced the mailing list with Israemploy.net, a website containing a wealth of services for job seekers and employers. This is the Part 1 of the 2-part JobMob interview.