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2016 Annual Assessment

  1. Relocating businesses. To keep more affluent populations from emigrating to competing countries, and to ensure that Israel also reaps the benefits of a highly-skilled immigrant pool, we should encourage and prioritize entrepreneurs who choose to relocate a major portion of their commercial activity to Israel. Not only will bringing these entrepreneurs to Israel contribute economically to the state; it could also potentially create large numbers of French-speaking workplaces for future olim from France.8
  2. Special programs for occupations in high demand in Israel. Structured employment programs should be launched similar to those designed in the past for engineers and physicians from the CIS. In coordination with Israeli employers interested in hiring their graduates, these programs would involve early identification in France and Belgium and initial training in Israel. Relevant occupations include researchers in selected fields, specialist physicians, engineers, investment consultants, and more.
    Vocational guidance centers. In cities with large numbers of immigrants, it is advisable to establish vocational guidance centers that provide assessment, courses and training vouchers, and personal guidance and placement services. These centers should also be accessible to Aliyah candidates, prior to immigration.
  3. Vocational guidance centers. In cities with large numbers of immigrants, it is advisable to establish vocational guidance centers that provide assessment, courses and training vouchers, and personal guidance and placement services. These centers should also be accessible to Aliyah candidates, prior to immigration.
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