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Technion's Contribution to the Israeli Economy through its Graduates

Researchers
Prof. Amnon Frenkel , Prof. Shlomo Maital
Cite As:
Frenkel Amnon , Maital Shlomo . Technion's Contribution to the Israeli Economy through its Graduates Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 2012. https://www.neaman.org.il/EN/Technion-Contribution-Israeli-Economy-through-Graduates

Investment in human capital at Technion generates a 76-197 per cent social rate of return, at least, or in absolute terms, some $35-$60 b. for 50 graduating classes. The annual output of Technion graduates in high-tech industries and computer services, communications and Research & Development is estimated at a minimum of $21 b. The median income of Technion graduates is NIS 20-25,000 (gross income) per month, and is substantially higher than both the average wage in the economy and than the average wage of those with higher education. 

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