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Israel’s recovery showing early signs of labour shortages

The re-opening of Israel’s economy since March has driven a sharp tightening of labour market conditions and a growing share of firms are reporting labour shortages. This appears to be concentrated in the leisure and hospitality sectors where government support has been most prevalent and may have skewed the incentives for employees to return to work.

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