Caroline Hauser Slapak
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6 More Sources of Helpful Tips for your Job Search in Israel

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This post was originally posted on my LinkedIn page. But here, I added two more resources, that I found out recently. I hope you’ll enjoy reading!

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Hi all!

Today I’m writing a short post! As you know, the internet is a place full of information! If you don’t search, you won’t find anything. Below I have shared some blogs that offer tips for job seekers in Israel. I found these particularly useful during my initial research on finding a job! Enjoy!

  • Nefesh be Nefesh (Native English speakers): Personal Experiences of the Israeli Job Search
  • Gila Weinberg – CEO at Mikum Consulting and writer of The Times of Israel Blog
  • Ron Machol, from Israemploy – assists new and veteran immigrants find work in Israel (Israemploy is mentioned in my list here, tab “Job Search Websites”)
  • Nadia Katzir is from Russia, who came to live in Israel because of intermarriage (she isn’t jewish). She cannot count on the institutional help of absorption or Jewish agencies. Nadia makes her way based on the social connections found mainly through her networking and social media. She writes about people who create communities, opportunities, and her life in Israel. Like Gila, Nadia is also a writer of The Times of Israel Blog
  • Ricardo Adissi, wrote how he turned his unemployment frustration into a massive learning opportunity. I just read it and I’m going to start to build my job pipeline today!
  • Rina Barbut is an olah chadashah from Turkey. In Israel, she’s been working in business and technology related positions at global companies and she’s currently developing JConnect Forum, a network for young Jewish professionals from Israel and Europe to nurture business cooperation. She’s also a fellow writer here at ‘The Times of Israel‘ and her article How to Rebuild Your Professional Life in Israel is a must read to all olim!

I hope these are helpful for you too! You have a lot to read (and so do I!). Good luck and please leave comments, I’d love to hear from you!

Please, keep checking the original blog post at my LinkedIn page for even more resources added after publishing here.

About the Author
Caroline made Aliyah from Brazil in 2015. She has a BA in Business and MBA in Finance. Most of her experience in Brazil was working for business consulting firms (locals and globals). After she made Aliyah, she was "lucky" to find her first job very quickly. The second time she was looking for a job, she had encountered some differences in the hiring process. In an attempt to expand her network, she was constantly meeting new people and exchanging experiences. From these discussions, she understood that the differences are not only specific to the Brazilian job market, but they are very peculiar to Israel. As everybody else, she had to make mistakes and learn with her own failures; some important information she had to dig deep to find them. As a business consultant, she have learned a lot about organization & methods and this is how she's able to summarize them as "lessons learned". In this blog, she'll share her knowledge and practical tools to help all the other job seekers. "Happy is that one who transfers what he knows and learns what he teaches." - Cora Coralina (Brazilian writer)
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