I’m sorry, i’m neither christian nor jewish, i went to israel to visit a friend who was on a gap year there. I have no idea about the ins and outs of living and/or working there i’m afraid.
I am not sure about the visa situation, but I do know that unemployment there is very high — it is difficult to find jobs, doubly so if you don’t speak fluent Hebrew.
I don’t know the answer to your question either, but i do know that with any matter that has even the slightest bit of relevence in national security, the process is going to be very scrutinous and intricate…Good luck though!
Thanks to all of you.
I’m in no hurry; we just paid off the truck, and are going to concentrate on paying off the mortgage to our house.
We’ll live in Europe, in all probability, before reconsidering moving to Israel or elsewhere in the Middle East or Southwest Asia.
I will work harder on both my Hebrew and my Arabic.
whether or not you’re a christian doesn’t matter in the eyes of most israeli bosses. it only matters if you work hard. also, the language (Hebrew) is virtually mandatory unless you wish to speciallize w/ the english-speaking tourists. Most places, although, like and need that. Good luck!
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