Quality of life index: Tel Aviv and another 15
A month after winning the dubious title of "the most expensive city in the world", it turns out that Tel Aviv is the best city to live in in Israel, at least according to the CBS Quality of Life Index.
Tuesday, 04 January 2022, 13:11 Updated: 13:33
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CBS has released today the index of quality of life in Israel. At least according to the dry statistics published by the Bureau, the best to live in Tel Aviv.
leading indicators examined are: percentage of employed whose job jobs commensurate with their field of study, a low rate of infant mortality, density Housing, satisfaction with public transportation in the area of residence, post-secondary education and higher education, civic involvement, waste transferred to recycling and the lowest rate of deaths from road accident casualties
Not far from Tel Aviv, literally, starring
, Which is the district that leads in these indices: employment rate, rate of involuntary part-time employees, rate of employed persons whose job allows promotion, median income, life expectancy, matriculation certificate eligibility rate, satisfaction from parks and green spaces in the residential area, low percentage of loneliness, index Ginny inequality, financial and economic income per capita, computer accessibility and internet usage rate.
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The most voters for the Knesset are in the Judea and Samaria district
closes the indices between the big cities, it leads in these indices: a low rate of murders, a low number of new cases of malignant diseases (cancer) among women and men, trust in the health system, drinking water quality and satisfaction with work-life balance others.
Judea and Samaria area
Leads in these indices: lowest long-term unemployment rate, satisfaction with income, job satisfaction, sense of security to walk alone in the living area in the dark, life expectancy, overweight in first and seventh grade, health self-esteem, satisfaction from the living area and apartment, Voter turnout in Knesset elections, satisfaction with cleanliness in the living area, low percentage of reports of outside noise disturbing the apartment, satisfaction with life, expectations regarding the future, sense of ability to deal with problems, general trust (confidence in others), sense of appreciation from family members, satisfaction with the situation Economic, engaging in volunteer activities and using online government services.
Tel Aviv Jaffa
Quality of Life
Judea and Samaria