Career Development

Insights gleaned from Israeli labor market data and experience in operating employment programs in recent years indicates that entering the workforce does not necessarily result in poverty relief. Additional steps appear necessary in order to achieve greater benefits from joining the workforce and getting ahead.

Career development programs respond to the needs of both workers and employers. They provide employees with prospects for broadening their professional horizons and enhancing their work conditions, and enable employers to find suitable workers and limit high turnover.

Key directions:

  • For the individual: Programs focused on individual and groups support for worker placement and advancement;
  • For employers: Support programs to help employers create employment mobility for disadvantaged populations.