A fox business in the middle of the city is hiring.
And it’s paying a lot of money.
The fox business, operated by an Israeli company, is employing more than 30 people in the Tel Aviv area, according to an Israeli news report published Monday.
The company employs several people who have been working in the fox market for the past five years.
One of them, a 21-year-old man from the southern city of Netanya, said he had been working as a dog handler in the market since the age of 10.
“There are two fox markets in Tel Aviv and one of them is called ‘Kibbutz Eliyahu,'” he said.
“The second one is called the ‘Hagorim’ market.”
He said that in both markets, people work in the same jobs and there is little competition.
“You can’t compete with them because of the cost of living in Tel.
Aviv,” he said, referring to the price of housing.
A fox market employee at the Tel Shamayim market said he started working in a market with the same name.
The man said that after working at the ‘Kobit’ market for three years, he decided to quit and take up a job at the market in Tel Azriel.
“I had to start at the same place for three months,” he told the newspaper.
“I had no idea how to get my hands on anything at all.”
He worked at the “Kibit” market for a year and earned around $600 a month.
“It’s really good to be working in one place,” he added.
The market’s owner, an Israeli-American woman named Avi, told the Haaretz newspaper that she had no problem with the fox hiring workers, but she feared the fox would use the workers as cheap labor to get through the day.
“They do it because it’s a way to get money and a place to stay,” Avi said.
“People don’t know anything about fox hunting, and the workers don’t have any other job.
It’s a great opportunity to work in a fox market.”
She said the foxes would go to the market and work as dog handlers and “we are trying to make them stay.”
She added that the market’s manager, who is not Jewish, would give the workers a piece of paper with the word “Fox” on it to sign and that they would have to go through the market to get it.
But the market owner said she had received no complaints from workers, nor any complaints from passersby.
“We are very open to them working,” Avsai said.
She added, “They are a good job for the fox, a good chance to earn money, and they are working on a large scale.”
Avi also said she hoped the job would create more jobs for people in Tel Aviv.
“In Tel Aviv, people have nothing, they have no job,” she said.