The Arab-Israeli population age 15-64 in 2007 numbered 783.5 thousand and comprised 18.2% of the total Israeli population in this age group. The report analyzes current (2007 data) labor market outcomes, as well as trends over time, by various socio-demographic characteristics. It generally relates to the Arab population as a whole, selectively highlighting differences among sub-groups within the Arab population, such as Moslems, Christians, Druze and Bedouin. It also examines quality of employment indicators such as type of occupation and income from work, as well as indicators of job satisfaction and the perception of working in a field related to one's studies. This is of particular interest with respect to Arab-Israelis with academic degrees.
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Habib, Jack. King, Judith. Wolde-Tsadick, Abraham. Shoham, Assaf Ben. Lasky, Karen. OECD Social Employment And Migration Working Paper No 102 Labour Market and Socio Economic Outcomes of the Arab Israeli Population. Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute. 2010: