Data on internal migration in Israel are presented for 1994. Time series data concerning the whole population are presented for the period 1984-1994. The data for 1994 are presented separately for Jews and non-Jews.
Households of immigrants from USSR who arrived in Israel in October-December 1990: a follow-up survey, three years after...
Data on the characteristics of immigrant households from the former Soviet Union who arrived in Israel in the last quarter of 1990 are presented. The data are from a sample survey carried out in 1994, which included interviews with about 3,200 immigrants. The focus of the survey is on the absorption of immigrants into the labor force.
Complete life tables are presented for Israel for the period 1989-1993. Data are presented for single ages by sex for the whole population as well as separately for Jews and non-Jews.
Information is presented on the demographic and social characteristics of the 17,165 women who applied for legal abortion in Israel in 1993; of these applications, 16,670 were approved.
"This publication presents data on first births of Jewish married women [in Israel] who became pregnant prior to marriage." The data are for the period 1972-1990.
1994 immigrants from former USSR by last republic of residence and by selected demographic characteristics.
The demographic characteristics of recent immigrants who came to Israel from the former Soviet Union in 1994 are described. The emphasis is on differences in these characteristics by republic of former residence.
1993 immigrants from former USSR by last republic of residence and by selected demographic characteristics.
"The purpose of this supplement is to present the demographic characteristics of the immigrants from the (former) Soviet Union, who arrived in Israel in 1993, by last republic of residence.... It attempts to answer the question whether there are demographic and social differences between immigrants from the various republics."
"In this publication, an attempt was made to gauge the extent to which cohabitation prior to marriage occurs, and to identify demographic characteristics which characterize this phenomenon. This study only relates to the Jewish population with the most updated figures relating to couples who married in Israel in 1990. Additionally, a comparison is ...
Data are presented on internal migration in Israel in 1993. The data concern the internal migration of Jews during the period 1984-1993, and internal migration of both Jews and non-Jews in 1993. Information is included separately on the internal migration of recent immigrants.
Official population projections are presented for Israel for the period 1994-2003. The projections were prepared using two alternative estimates of the rate of immigration from the former USSR and two alternative assumptions concerning fertility.