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Participation in the labor force as well as the proportion and number of people employed and the number of public sector jobs fell. In Israel people aged 65 and over represent 10%, while those aged 75 and over represent 4.3% of the country's population (compared to 8.8% and 3.5% respectively a decade ago). Documentation and Suggested Readings The comprehensive Master of Social Work degree program offers nine concentrations. Medical services are supplied by the country's four comprehensive health insurance schemes, which must accept all applicants regardless of age or state of health.

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Publisher: Unwin Hyman (October 1989)

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