Average wage rises to 9,507 shekelsOf all jobs measured in May, 33% had a higher-than-average wage, while 66% had a lower-than-average wage.
Data reveals haredi educational gapStatistics regarding dropout rates among haredim in academia emerges to challenge haredi narrative that core curriculum is unnecessary.
Divorce becoming more common in IsraelCentral Bureau of Statistics reveal that about 2% of the population are divorced, rate is constantly increasing.
Jerusalem now home to 10% of IsraelisThe largest city in Israel, 870,000 residents recorded in Jerusalem as of 2015 Jerusalem Day statistics reveal.
Road accident rate rises for third year126 Israelis killed so far in 2016; 1,200 injured on electric bikes.
83% of Israelis are satisfied with where they liveCentral Bureau of Statistics releases figures from the 2014 quality of life survey.
Israel's population: Over 8.5 millionIsraeli population grows by 2.2% since last year’s Independence Day, approximately 195,000 babies were born; 36,000 made Aliyah.
Israeli women better educated - yet still earn less than menCentral Bureau of Statistics releases report on women in Israel ahead of International Women's Day
Stats show Jerusalem is being abandonedFigures from 2014, well before terror wave, reveal capital tops negative migration at 6,740, majority of them young. Due to building freeze?
45 Jewish Mohammeds in Israel?CBS records show that in 2014, no less than 45 Jewish children were named after the Muslim prophet.
Statistics show Jewish, Arab fertility rates now evenIsrael's Central Bureau of Statistics says Israel's population rose 2% in 2015 thanks to birth of 176,700 babies and 28,000 new olim.
Most popular baby names among Jews: Noam and NoaIn 2014 the most popular baby name was Muhammad – one in seven boys was given the most common Muslim name
Israeli lifespan could extend past 90 soon, officials sayIsraelis already have among the longest lifespans of any nation – and that lifespan is set to get even longer, statistics say.
Finance Ministry Calls Emergency Meeting over Economy SlumpFinance Minister Moshe Kahlon calls emergency meeting following CBS report on poor economic growth in second quarter 2015.
Teacher Burnout At Record HighOne in four new teachers will switch professions within five years, Central Bureau of Statistics reveals.
One in Ten Israelis Forced to Skip Hot Meals Due to PovertyPoll shows Israelis generally happy with life, but poverty still effects a significant portion, particularly among Arabs and haredim.
Five Times More Israeli University Grads Than in 1990New stats show over 75,000 Israelis achieved academic degrees in 2014, five times the number who graduated in 1990.
Finance Ministry Warns Israel May Go BankruptFinance Ministry economist warns Israel could face a crisis like Greece's by 2059, if haredim and Arabs don't go to work.
Statistics: Israelis Feel Secure, But Don't Trust PoliceThe majority of Israelis feel comfortable walking alone at night, but do not trust - or are dissatisfied with - police.
Israel's Population Grows 2% Over 2014 to 8.345 MillionIndependence Day census: 176,000 babies were born and 32,000 people immigrated in 2014; Israel now has 6.251 million Jews.
In Huge Demand, Chicken a 'Star' this PassoverThe Passover shopping season this year saw record demand for chicken and turkey in Israel's markets.
Tens of Thousands of Jobs in Israel Go UnfilledThere were more available jobs – and more available high-paying jobs - in Israel in the fourth quarter of 2014 than ever before.
How Many Arabs, Jews Live in Judea-Samaria?Gap of over one million people in census data from Judea-Samaria population counts; experts accuse PA of falsifying, omitting information.
CBS: Schools Getting Better, But Improvement is SpottySchools in Israel have improved over the past several years, but a lot of the improvement depends on where you live.
CBS: Better Salaries and More Jobs in 2014, So FarThere were more jobs in 2014 for Israelis to choose from, and the salaries were better, too, statistics show.
Average Salaries in Israel Up in 2013Most Israelis made more in 2013 than in 2012 - with some; like those in the communications industry, making a lot more.
Statistics: Judea and Samaria Building Up 123.7%Peace Now irked at the revelation, blames Netanyahu government; meanwhile, building is up all over Israel.
Statistics Reveal Leading Causes of Death in IsraelData released Wednesday from Central Statistics Bureau reveals cancers as major killer, with heart disease as close second.
65 Years Young: One Third of Israelis Aged 17 and Under in 2012Children under 17 years of age constituted one third of Israel's population in 2012, for a total of 2.626 million children.
Israel: Jewish Birth Rate Continues to RiseCBS report says Jewish birth rate is highest since 1995. Hareidi society younger than ever, Muslim birth rates still higher but falling.
September Tourism Drops by 16%Tourism Ministry pins falling numbers on regional unrest, Jewish holiday season, but says overall picture still rosy.
Despite Regional Unrest, Israeli Tourism ResilientDespite the prospect of western military intervention in Syria, with all its potential ramifications, Israeli tourism holds steady.
Unemployment Down in JulyUnemployment drops to 6.3%, workforce participation up to 63.8%.
Average Salary Up, Unemployment LowThe average salary in Israel rose 1.6% in April, following a separate 1.8% increase recorded in January. Meanwhile, unemployment remains low
Unemployment Down Again in IsraelThe Israeli economy continues to do well in the face of ongoing problems in the world economy, with unemployment down again
Report: Lots More 90 Year Olds in Israel by 2035A study shows that in 2035, Israel will have fewer Jews relative to population, and a lot more elderly.
Govt: Israel's Population Grew Tenfold Since 1948Just in time for Yom Ha'atzma'ut, the Central Bureau of Statistics released data on Israel's population.
Data: Arab Growth Slows, Still Higher than Jewish RateWhile the Arab growth rate continues to decline, it is still higher than that of the Jewish population in the country.
Poll Shows Israelis Savvy About Money, Not InvestmentsA poll by the Central Bureau of Statistics showed that Israelis were very savvy about money matters, but less so about investments.
Cancer Biggest Killer in Israel, Report SaysA new study shows that the cause of death for one in four Israelis is cancer, making the disease the number one killer in Israel
Two Thirds of Israeli Men Unmarried at 29Five of six men, five of seven women aged 25-29 in Tel Aviv are still single, survey finds.
Jerusalem Still Israel's Largest Populated CityJerusalem remains Israel’s largest city in terms of population, according to figures released by the Central Bureau of Statistics.
Tourism Hits All-Time HighThe Central Bureau of Statistics reported that there were 752,000 tourist entries during the first quarter of 2012, another all-time high.
Israel's Cost of Living for Lower Class Higher in 2011The cost of living for Israelis in the lower echelon was higher in 2011, statistics revealed in a government report released this week.
Population Forecast: More Hareidim by 2059Central Bureau of Statistics releases new population forecast, predicting that hareidim will make up 41% of the population by 2059.
Jewish Birth Rate in Israel at Record HighA Hebrew University professor says there were more Jewish births in the past year in Israel than ever, while the rate dropped in the Diaspora.
March: Largest Influx of Tourists in Israeli HistoryMore visitors came to the Jewish state in March than in any other month in Israeli history.
February Brings Highest Number of Tourists in Israeli HistoryThe people of Israel welcomed more visitors in February 2010 than in any other month since establishment of the Jewish state.
Bureau of Statistics: Israel's Demographics for 2009As the sun sets on 2009, many Israelis reflect on how good they have it – especially those blessed with one of the country's 160,000 new babies.