How to find a job in the non profit sector
Job search for the non-profit sector in Israel has grown by 10.7 percent in 2017, according to data released by the Israel Employment Agency.
Job seekers in the sector have increasingly turned to non-profits to fill jobs that traditionally require a university degree.
The number of vacancies increased by 12.3 percent from a year ago.
Non-profits were the most popular job type for job seekers in 2017 compared to last year, according the data.
Non-profit jobs accounted for more than 40 percent of the nonprofit jobs in Israel, according a study by the Hebrew University.
Jobseekers are looking for non-governmental employment and the number of job vacancies has increased by over 10 percent in the last year.
The number of non-government jobs in the country is about 14 million, according an official of the Israel National Employment Committee.
The numbers show that job seekers are willing to pay more for non profit jobs because of the high salaries that non-payers can get.
Nonprofit jobs tend to pay better and offer a higher salary compared to government jobs.
Non profit jobs are available in many sectors of the economy.
The majority of the jobs are in public administration and the social sciences, and non-professional positions are available.
The sectors that are most popular for non nonprofits are health care, social welfare and education.
The job search for non rich in Israel is not restricted to only the public sector.
Nonprofits also offer job opportunities in the private sector, and the sectors that offer them the highest salaries are finance and real estate.
The non-profitable sector has grown significantly since the late 1990s.
Non profit jobs have grown by 40 percent since 2010, according statistics from the Hebrew Civil Service.
Nonprofits are an essential part of Israeli society, with jobs for people in every occupation.
The non-religious sector is also essential in Israel because the non rich are more often in the labor force.
The government pays taxes for non profits and pays them to non government organizations and non rich.
In the country, the non wealthy receive 2 percent of gross national product and the average non-rich receives 5.8 percent of GDP.
Non rich people, such as pensioners and those with disabilities, are also a vital part of the labor market.
The Ministry of Labor is responsible for collecting taxes for them.
Non rich pay taxes for the government, but they also receive benefits from their pension funds.