Hispanics are reshaping sports in America. With Hispanic Heritage Month upon us, SI is honoring the 30 most influential Latinos in sports who aren’t athletes: the coaches, journalists, CEOs and other innovators who shape American sports culture and industry.
This list, which is unranked, defines…Continue
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Even though the U.S. Latino population continues to grow, Hispanics remain disproportionately under-represented in the legal field.
While a law career can provide entrée into influential sectors of society, the academic requirements, long process, and high costs involved seem to be discouraging…Continue
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BY JOE DYTON
Latino Leaders Magazine
Dr. Norman Ruano’s work for the Institute for Workforce Education, a division of St. Augustine College, is not just a job; it’s…Continue
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Three in five employees have experienced mental health issues in the past year because of work, according to a YouGov survey commissioned by charity Business in the Community. So what steps can be taken to improve wellbeing in the workplace?
Identify your triggers…
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In some ways, American adults in 2017 are more connected than they have ever been. The proliferation of smartphones means many of us live with 24/7 access to social networking platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, allowing us to stay updated on our friends' and family members'…Continue
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The rich are becoming richer—or at least are adding to their ranks. Between 2010 and 2016 the number of affluent consumers—i.e., U.S. adults with a household income of $250,000 or more—jumped from just over 7 million to slightly above 14 million Americans, an increase of 91%. Market…Continue
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Frustration over the persistent gender wage gap and how to fix it have followed women in the workforce for decades. From Sheryl Sandberg’s early days of “Lean In” to her subsequent acknowledgement that it’s not always that simple, the conversation about how to change the lack of women in the…Continue
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As we enter into Hispanic Heritage month, a time to celebrate Latino culture, it is also a time to reflect on the Latino community as a whole. Though the Latino community is rich in cultures from across Latin America and known for a strong work ethic, we find that the Latino community in America is not…Continue
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Black and Latino representation has declined in Silicon Valley, and although Asians are the most likely to be hired, they are the least likely to be promoted, according to a new study exposing persistent racial prejudice in the tech industry.
The research from…Continue
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Want to be boss at being a boss?
It's not as simple as just being a good listener and making sure everyone shows up on time. Truly great managers attract the best workers. If you're good at being in charge, you hold onto star employees and advance their careers right…Continue
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For the fifth consecutive year, CNET en Español showcases the 20 most outstanding, creative and talented Hispanic professionals working in the US technology industry.
The 2017 list covers a wide range of positions, experience, skills and, of course, stories. It includes six women,…Continue
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Hispanics represent 1 out of 6 Americans, totaling 56.5 million people in 2015. By the middle of the next century, the nation’s Hispanic population is expected to reach almost 100 million.
We should more closely examine the state of the Hispanic population in the U.S. — and more importantly, we…Continue
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The high school dropout rate among U.S. Hispanics has fallen to a new low, extending a decades-long decline, according to recently released data from the Census Bureau. The reduction has come alongside a long-term increase in Hispanic college enrollment, which is at a record…Continue
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On Saturday September 30th, 2017 the Cross Street AME Zion Church will host the 7th annual Women’s Health Conference from 9:00 AM-3:00 PM. Headlining this spectacular event is America’s Fit Queen 2017, Cori Magnotta. Cori Magnotta will open the conference by performing an entertaining hula hoop dance. Attendees will be able to see…Continue
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A recruiter is one who recruits or hires candidates for a company. The growth of a company depends on the hands of recruiters. So, the job of a recruiter is a very difficult task. When working as a recruiter, one must have the thorough idea of the best job market. A recruiter must have a clear idea about a market, said William Almonte. So, working as a recruiter one gets a great career, a high salary, secure job, and…Continue
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You found the perfect job opportunity. Not only are you qualified for it, but also you love the company and are excited to join the team.
After you apply, don’t just hope to hear back. The best way to land your ideal job opportunity is to be…Continue
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Despite gains in income and wealth, the economic chasm between black and Hispanic families and their white counterparts widened between 2013 and 2016 — even when it comes to Americans with comparable levels of education, according to data released Wednesday by the Federal Reserve.
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Read biographies of feature guests for the 2017 Healthcare Networking Forum being held tomorrow September 27 at Fulton Market Company in Chicago's trendy West Loop neighborhood!
Leticia Madrigal, Psychologist, Madrigal Consulting/ÁmateAhoraContinue
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No matter what your major is, networking is necessary to move from point A to point B. Having a set network can help you with internship opportunities, mentoring, and post-graduate plans. Here are 5 tips that are necessary for building a great network.
Dress To Impress:…Continue
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Mentors can be absolutely critical to your success. They can help you with career insights and negotiations, share insider industry knowledge, guide you if you’re pivoting careers, support your side hustle dreams, and encourage you when times get tough. I am nine years out of…Continue
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