Sunday, March 11, the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) published a report about the economic situation in Israel.
According to this document, in Israel, a strong economy, reduced inequalities in income, however, there is still economic gaps and no social cohesion.
The skill level of the Israeli Arabs and ultra-Orthodox is low, because of this, they occupy positions with low wages. The percentage of poor working people continues to increase, and it is much higher than in other OECD countries.
In addition, the report notes that housing prices in Israel remain very high.