The Jewish population growth rate in 2017 was 1.7%, the Christian was 2.2% and the Druze growth rate stands on 1.4%.
When comparing fertility rates of other Muslim communities in West Asia and North Africa, Israel is fourth, after Sudan, Iraq and Yemen.
Fertility rates in select Muslim countries in West Asia and North Africa
When looking at the distribution within the Arab education system, we see that only 44.3% of Muslim students qualified for higher education, while 60.8% of Druze students and 71.9% of Christian students met the entry criteria.
Unemployment rates in the Israeli Muslim society was 5.1% last year, one percent higher than the rate in Jewish society (4.1%).