Under what set of circumstances would an average US Jew be better off in Israel? ?
The US is part of NAFTA and The Americas regional operating market in the world, but Israel is then equally part of the wider EMEA.
The US is a major tech hub, but they also have such a community there in Israel, Google Israel and new business parks on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, which can be reached by a highly modern and fully integrated train, tram, bus and metro link.
The US is the gateway to Central America and the Caribbean and South America, and Israel is the gateway to the EU and geographically situated midway between Europe and Asia Pacific.
Under what set of circumstances can Israel provide to be just as good or even a better deal than the US, and does it really hinge on whether or not someone can get a good job offer and career package there?
- FoofaLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
My cousin works for Google in Tel Aviv. If she held the same job in the US she'd earn twice as much. Cost of living in Israel is insane and salaries are low, which is why it's mostly retirees from the US (and Canada, Australia, Europe) who are sitting on large nest eggs who move there. TBH unless one feels a spiritual calling there's very little advantage in moving from a developed western nation to Israel. That doesn't of course take into consideration the many Jews leaving France to avoid rising antisemitism there.
- 1 month ago
yes because israelis are supremacist and hoard al lthe wealth from the palestinians so they get rich like robers. - im jewish and converted to islam
- Lisa ALv 71 month ago
None. Americans go to Israel because of their moral and political beliefs, and because they want to be part of Israel. They do not go because they are better off in a country where they can get bombed at any moment.