Hi everyone, I will be moving to Israel in October and I don't speak Hebrew.
I am French and I speak a bit of English. Will I find a job? I am a functionnary of National Education.
I am ready to work with old people, babies as a helper, or housekeeper or nanny.
Thanks for your answers,
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Navigating the language barrier in a new country is always difficult. Fortunately, English is widely spoken in Israel so you should be able to find a job. That being said, it would still be a good idea to start learning some basic Hebrew before you arrive in the country, as locals will always appreciate the effort.
Have a look at our guide to culture shock in Israel for more information on how to adapt to life in the country.