For Israeli Students, Economy is Top Concern

Tel Aviv University students Adi Weinberg, Liron Zaidan, Anat Confortes and Boaz Toporovsky

From left, Tel Aviv University students Adi Weinberg, Liron Zaidan, Anat Confortes and Boaz Toporovsky. Julia Buckley, NPR hide caption

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Robert Siegel sits down with a group of students from Tel Aviv University for a conversation about their expectations for the future.

The students, who plan careers in accounting, law, economics or political science, are politically divided. But they agree that their main concern, even more than security, is the Israeli economy.

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