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Top Four Employers in Israel: Which Companies Are Attracting the Most International Applicants?

By    |   Tuesday, 03 Nov 2015 04:52 PM

Foreigners seeking work under legal conditions in Israel face a tough battle. The nation’s companies have a tendency to hire Israeli workers, according to JustLanded.com. But the highly developed economy – especially the hi-tech sector – needs workers with skills that aren’t easy to find.

Foreign workers must have a work permit and a work visa, but they can only obtain those once they have secured a job offer. Tourist visas are available for those coming to Israel for job interviews.

Some specific employers in Israel stand out to international applicants, providing exceptional opportunities that encourage them to move there. Here are four Israeli companies that attract the most international applicants.

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1. DeLoitte
According to its website, this accounting company has 200,000 employees in 150 countries, and its Israel division has more than 1,000 workers. Accountants can make the move to different countries relatively easy, as business standards for accountancy don’t differ much between cultures. There are also international tax and audit jobs, according to Nefesh B’Nefesh. Furthermore, transfers from DeLoitte jobs in other countries to Israel are possible.

2. EY Israel
Ernst & Young is the international umbrella that EY Israel falls under, and according to Dun & Bradstreet, it is the largest accountancy company in the nation, with 1,631 employees. According to the EY Israel website, it ranked No. 3 in the top 10 companies for global diversity in the 2015 Diversity Inc. Top 50 Companies for Diversity. It was No. 5 on the list of the top 10 companies for recruitment as well.

3. Teva Pharmaceuticals
Ranking as the largest employer in the nation with 44,945 jobs, Teva Pharmaceuticals has worldwide reach, according to Dun & Bradstreet. Employees are spread out throughout the world, with a majority of them working in Europe, according to statista.com. With a diversified business and branches all over the world, Teva gives international job seekers numerous opportunities to work in Israel.

4. Intel Israel
Another worldwide power, Intel is at the forefront of Israel’s explosive growth in the hi-tech industries. According to the Intel Israel website, the company was founded in 1974 with five employees and now has more than 7,800. The company indirectly employs 23,000 people, too. Intel has 107,600 employees worldwide, according to its corporate site, so there is worldwide mobility for workers.

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