ArticlesIntegration Into the Slovakian Job Market for Israelis


Integration into the Slovakian Job Market for Israelis

In recent years, Slovakia has become a preferred destination for many Israelis who find it comfortable, convenient, affordable, and close to various points of interest in Europe. We explored how Israelis integrate into the European country and how they can quickly integrate into the Slovakian job market. We came back with sought-after professions, encouraging integration benefits, and data.

Job Opportunities for Israelis in Slovakia

Slovakia is a central European country, located within reach of countries like Austria, Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic. The economy in Slovakia is growing rapidly, allowing new workforce members to find jobs in various fields. This fact attracts many young Israelis and young people from around the world who are interested in settling in the region and enjoying excellent employment opportunities even during global economic crises.

It is important to note that formal employment allows for obtaining temporary residency permits, which, in turn, provide access to many social benefits. A few years of residency in Slovakia entitle residents to obtain Slovakian citizenship, which is a European passport in every way.

It is worth knowing that Israeli workers with high proficiency in English and Hebrew are highly sought after in the country. In Slovakia, there are job opportunities for professionals in the following fields:

IT Sector

Skilled professionals in software development and cybersecurity are highly sought after in international IT companies, often in exchange for obtaining temporary residency permits for employees. There is competition in this field, so Israelis will need to demonstrate high professional skills and competence. It is easier to develop a cautious career in IT in Slovakia compared to Israel and other countries, according to the high demand and threshold requirements. That is why many young people start their journey to Slovakia as an opportunity for career development and even as a stepping stone for relocations to other countries.

An additional advantage of integrating Israelis in the IT sector is that knowledge of the Slovak language is not required. Do you speak English? Hebrew? Russian? Here is your opportunity to integrate into a promising programming position without breaking a sweat with the local language.

In Slovakia, there is no significant obstacle to employing family members and friends in businesses, as seen in many other small countries. However, since Israelis are highly valued in Slovakia, finding suitable employment opportunities for them is usually not a problem.

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Other Fields

There is high demand for professionals in industries such as textiles, paper, chemistry, and more.

Tourism A prominent sector with demand is ski tourism. It is suitable for Israelis who want to work as ski guides. Since it involves international tourism, high proficiency in English can be a significant advantage. It is worth mentioning that Slovakia is a destination for young people from around the world, offering entertainment, work, and vibrant nightlife that attracts many to Slovakia.

The Most In-Demand Professions in the Slovakian Job Market Many Israelis choose to leave Israel and immigrate to various European countries, with Slovakia being a country where immigration rates are very high. It is important to note that the most sought-after professions are in the following fields: IT (software development and information security), sciences, engineering, and medicine.

Additional professions in demand include hospitality, construction, tourism, medicine, automotive, and industry. Real estate prices in Slovakia are still very low, which is expected to rise in the coming years and allow real estate investors to enjoy an increase in property value.

Other relevant professions include mechanics, food engineers, technicians, automotive engineers, and all IT professions, as mentioned earlier.

Another highly sought-after field in Slovakia is the sports industry. In Slovakia, this field is well developed, so if you specialize in sports training, athletics, or martial arts, there is a good chance you will be sought after as a guide or coach in Slovakia. It is possible that this profession will require you to open your own business, similar to other professions



the capital of Slovakia, is known for its vibrant nightlife. Thanks to affordable tourism, young people from around the world come to enjoy the city. Bratislava itself offers exciting nightlife with numerous bars, clubs, and entertainment options.

Salary Levels in Slovakia

The average salary in Slovakia is currently around 1200 euros net, and in the IT sector, it can reach 2500 euros. The minimum wage in the country is approximately 600 euros. The average Slovakian salary may not be considered high, but it is essential to remember that the cost of living is significantly lower, allowing Israelis to integrate into well-paying jobs and, despite the salary level, manage to save.

Monthly expenses in Slovakia for a family of four range from 1300 to 1800 euros. Considering that both partners usually work, an average family can enjoy a relatively high standard of living without much effort.

It is important to note that in Bratislava, the capital city, the salary level is higher compared to other cities. However, it is necessary to take into account that the cost of living is also higher.

Legal Work in Slovakia For Israelis interested in integrating into the Slovakian job market legally, obtaining a work permit that grants temporary residency is necessary. Another option is remote work, where you can continue working for an Israeli company while being in Slovakia. This allows you to enjoy high salaries common in Israel alongside more comfortable economic living conditions in Slovakia.

In conclusion

Israelis are highly valued by employers in the Slovakian job market, especially in the sought-after fields. It is important to acquire a work permit that grants temporary residency legally for smooth integration. After a few years of temporary residency, migrants can obtain Slovakian citizenship.

If you are interested in relocation to Slovakia and full integration into the job market, note that with Togetthere, you can enjoy a quick and hassle-free adaptation process. Our consulting center provides you with all the necessary information for immigration to Slovakia and full integration into the social and employment fabric of the country. Integration of Israelis into the Slovakian job market with Togetthere is easier than ever.


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