Israel is ranked highest in the world in terms of job applications for information technology specialists, a job category that includes information technology, financial management, human resources, and healthcare.
While the country has the world’s largest population and is a global center for information technologies, the job category was created in 2002, and its popularity has grown.
According to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Israel is home to more than 2.7 million information technology professionals, making it the country with the largest percentage of those in the information technology field.
The number of applicants for the information technologies field has increased rapidly since the beginning of the millennium, according to data compiled by Israel’s Information Technology Institute.
According the Israeli Information Technology Ministerial, the average annual growth in the number of applications for the field is 8.2 percent, which represents a 12.4 percent increase from 2011 to 2016.
The institute also notes that Israel is the most popular destination for applications for new IT positions in the country.
The top three destinations for new positions are Israel, France, and Germany.
However, there are other countries where job seekers are seeking information technology positions, including the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, and South Africa.
Israel is also home to some of the world is most advanced information technology companies.
The Israeli Information and Communications Technology Ministering also announced last year that Israel would be the country to have the world largest number of information technology jobs by 2020.
Israel has more than 40,000 IT companies that employ more than 4,400,000 people, according the ministering.
The government is also investing in new technology.
The National Information Technology Initiative is a massive initiative that will create up to 15,000 jobs in the IT industry, according a statement from the minister.
According that the initiative will create a network of 5,000 data centers that will help build an information and communication infrastructure for the nation.
The new infrastructure will also be used to expand Israel’s cybersecurity, which is currently weak, according Israeli officials.
Israel currently ranks fourth in the global rankings for IT jobs, behind Germany, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates.