At networking events, remember that you're all in the same boat. Everyone is there specifically to network. They all have the same goals as you: to find people with whom they can…Continue
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Earning a college degree is supposed to be a pathway to higher wages, greater wealth and protection from economic shocks. But for millions of African American and Hispanic graduates, higher education has failed to serve as a buffer against financial crises.
A new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of St.…Continue
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Businesses owned by women in Texas are growing at more than twice the rate of all firms nationwide. While visiting the Big Apple last month, I was proud to note that Texas already beats New York — not only in the number of women-owned businesses, but also in the revenue and jobs they create.
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If you're fortunate enough to have multiple job offers to choose from, it can be challenging and stressful to decide which one is the right fit, especially…Continue
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Amazing news on this year's Women's Equality Day: The number of companies owned by Latinas has soared in the past several years, despite the fact that the overall growth rate of new businesses has stalled.
The number of companies owned by Latinas rose 87 percent between 2007 and 2012 to 1.48 million, WSJ…Continue
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Despite being 17 percent of the country’s current population, Hispanic homeownership is at an all-time low, reaching a rate of 45.4 percent in 2014, a decline from 46.1 percent in 2013, according…Continue
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“When people say, ‘networking’, they’re really talking about meeting new people who working in the same industry that they do. In normal parlance, this could be called, ‘making friends’,” she wrote, adding that having good connections is critical in any profession.
Making use of natural opportunities to connect…Continue
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A new poll finds African-American and Hispanic millennials are just as technologically connected and likely to get news through social media as regularly as their white counterparts, further narrowing the risk of people of color being left behind technologically.
Overall, 57 percent of millennials say they…Continue
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Hispanics have grown steadily more confident in their personal finances over the past year, as well as the U.S. economy as a whole, according to a new survey by the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative.
When Hispanics were asked about their current personal finances, 62 percent…Continue
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Ozzie Guillen JR, Marketing & Recruiting Manager, Latino Market, New York Life Chicago
Born in Las Vegas Nevada and raised in Caracas Venezuela. Ozzie graduated from Colombia College. Prior to beginning a career in New York Life…Continue
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The report, by Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce, says its findings are more…Continue
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We hear every day that the U.S. population is browning. With each passing year, more and more people are classified as Latino/Hispanic. Unfortunately, this population is affected by our health system’s shortcomings in vast and unique ways, and they are diverse in ways most do not understand. Yet, the group is…Continue
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The Hispanic market is growing so fast in America that it is altering the economy and changing the way we do business. But there’s another group that can make or break your business: Hispanic millennials.
Millennials are the key money-makers for most U.S. businesses. In fact, millennials are shaping the…Continue
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Did you know that successful job seekers don’t treat finding a job as a “fulltime” vocation? According to the recent national study conducted by the Career Advisory Board established by DeVry University, this is one of the many misnomers from the data collected from the study which included over 550 active…Continue
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"These results are not surprising since stroke survivors from minority race and ethnic groups have worse outcomes after stroke compared to…Continue
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Earlier this week, I was happy to receive the 12th annual Ad Age Hispanic Fact Pack. Each year, I analyze the Hispanic Fact Pack from a digital lens and, once again, it contains clear and compelling data for marketers to allocate budgets to target online Hispanics.
Here are five reasons marketers should…Continue
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If she wants to master the English language, she should study, the 45-year-old wife and mother thought.
And if she wants to get a job that pays better…
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But that doesn’t mean you can hold the job-hunting process to the same standards. In fact, it’s far too easy for job…Continue
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Hispanic Americans--particularly those who speak Spanish on a regular basis--don’t shop in the same way and don’t buy the same things as other Americans, according to a report, The Hispanic Shopping Activity Service, the product of an alliance between The NPD Group and Univision Communications Inc. (UCI), the…Continue
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It's no secret that networking events are a great place to meet prospective clients, customers and strategic business allies on a professional, as well as personal, level. But unfortunately, many of us go to these events and eat the food, drink the cocktails, chat with a few strangers, and then never make any…Continue
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