The Labor Market in a Pluralistic Society
Author: Jimmy Weinblatt Policy Research

Economics is one of the most important factors in a society built of diverse population groups. This chapter focuses on aspects of pluralism in Israeli society—nationality (Arabs and Jews), ethnicity (origin groups within Jewish society), and, to a lesser extent, gender and place of residence. We treat wage distribution and its long-term variance as givens and, in view of this approach, examine how the groups that make up Israeli society have performed, in relative and absolute terms, in the labor market.

This publication is in Hebrew only.

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