Several tracks will be employed to help tech companies fill new job vacancies

Two Israeli ministers have announced a new plan to fill tech vacancies in Israel by allowing foreign students studying in Israel to receive a visa to continue working in the country. 

Minister of Interior Ayelet Shaked of Yamina List and Minister of Science and Technology Orit Farkash-Hacohen of the Blue and White Party are promoting the plan, which will also allow foreign experts to be granted visas to integrate into the country. 

An employment chief will be appointed to the Israel Innovation Authority to employ several tracks to help tech companies fill new job vacancies. ... Read More: i24