I am considering emigrating to Israel as soon as I get my bachelor degree, so I have a few questions to ask. Firstly, how do people treat repatriants there? THere are lots of emigrants from all over the world so I wonder if it is hard to find yourself in the society. Secondly, will it be easy for me to find a job with a degree in economics? Also, I'd be glad to hear more about the country from those who live or have been there so that I could assess what awaits me in the immediate future.
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You'll have a tough time. Israel is very xenophobic with regards to that.
Single file, boys.
I'm 19 years old and I'm not sure if it's worth emigrating utill I reach 27. On one hand it's a good opportunity to learn hebrew and get to know the people, but on another hand it's waste of 3 invaluable years of my life so I rather incline to remaining in my country and saving up some money for the journey. If you served in the army, could you compare it to the russian one? I am from russia as well as you.
I am not haredi,unfortunately. It's good that so many people speak my language and,as far as i know, it's quite easy to find a job where russian language is required even without knowing hebrew . Is it hard to avoid army because of health condition? I avoided russian army because of astma, so i wonder if it will work out in Israel?
Israeli here. I'm not sure you'll actually have to go to the IDF since you'll be an Ole Hadash. If you will, it'll be for a limited period of time (18 months IMO) and you'll have the opportunity to do what you practiced in university.