For Hispanics and Latinos in the U.S., both the number employed and the number unemployed rose from January’s level, as did the number participating in the labor force.
A record share of Hispanic households are now earning over $200,000 per year.…Continue
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Latinas have a fire within their soul that is unique and unquenchable. They have often fought to better the lives of their fellow hermanas y hermanos, as well as that of their own. Whether they knew it or not, their legacy would surpass them and they would become a shining exemplary beacon for all those who would come after them. …Continue
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What makes people feel included in organizations? Feel that they are treated fairly and respectfully, are valued and belong? Many things of course, including an organization’s mission, policies, and practices, as well as co-worker behaviors.
But mostly it comes down to leaders.…Continue
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As the topic of diversity and inclusion has gained ever greater importance in the business world, Forbes not only added this vertical to its reporting coverage but, in 2018, partnered with market research firm Statista to create a list of the Best Employers for Diversity. This year marks the third annual list.
The ranking was compiled by…Continue
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Hispanics are the largest and youngest minority group in the United States, and growing rapidly, but 1 in 3 will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
Cancer occurrence and survival are influenced by economic, social and cultural factors. Hispanics in the U.S. consist of people from numerous countries and cultures but research often…Continue
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This is Karime López, the Mexican chef working in Italy, who is now the first Mexican woman to be awarded a Michelin star. The 36-year-old leads the team at the Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura restaurant in Florence, Italy. She’s also the sole female to be named in the 2020 Michelin Guide Italy.…Continue
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U.S. Hispanic small business owners and Hispanic entrepreneurs anticipate a decade of robust expansion and growth, expressing a brighter business outlook than their non-Hispanic peers in the year ahead, according to the fourth annual Bank of America Business Advantage 2020 Hispanic Business Owner Spotlight.
The annual study based on a survey of…Continue
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Whether you’ve been in employment for years, or are a newbie that’s already destined for more responsibility, getting promoted at work is something most people strive for. This feeling of accomplishment is something that boosts confidence and helps people to work harder and smarter to prove their value.…Continue
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We all dread it: that panicky, palm-sweating moment of walking into a noisy, crowded networking event—and realizing everybody there is a total stranger. Thankfully, there is a better solution than standing quietly against the back wall for the whole evening.…Continue
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Many people started 2020 with just one goal in mind: new year, new job. But like all worthy and difficult life changes, staying committed to the process is the hardest part.
In fact, according to U.S. News and World Report, over 80% of people give up on their New Year’s resolutions by mid-February. This means that lots of job seekers have already…Continue
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While working full time as a CNN special projects producer, Mayra Cuevas persevered in writing a young adult novel with a Latina as the protagonist. She hopes the story will spread a message of empowerment to young girls.
Cuevas was born and raised in Puerto Rico and now lives in Norcross. She said some of her upbringing as a Latina, as well as…Continue
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The homeownership rate among Hispanics increased for the fifth consecutive year in 2019 as Hispanics continue to be the primary driver of growth in the nation’s housing market, according to recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau and an upcoming report from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP).
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As the tech industry continues to struggle to improve diversity, Dell diversity and inclusion head Brian Reaves argued that companies must work together with a shared goal of improving representation of women and people of color.
Reaves made the case for collaboration in an interview with Business Insider during the World Economic Forum in…Continue
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Latinx people show their creativity in a variety of different ways. From film-making to career coaching, connecting with a fellow Latina to help you level up your life is always a good idea.
We pulled together a quick list of Latina creatives who are paving their own way and want to help you do the same through coaching, education, and creating…Continue
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Several hundred Latino entrepreneurs and business leaders from around the country gathered at Stanford University to get a briefing on the health and well-being of Latino-owned businesses.
The good news: The share of such companies in the broader U.S. economy is growing significantly. Over the past 10 years, the number of Latino business owners…Continue
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Networking events can bring so many benefits to your professional and personal life. But they won't really be beneficial if you attend them but chose to stand on the corner while pretending to be busy on your phone.…Continue
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There’s no bad time to look for a job, but there are seasonal trends that can work in your favor or slow your progress.
Despite robust hiring and low unemployment numbers in the U.S., job seekers still need to prepare for the unique challenges and opportunities each month presents.
If you’re planning to launch or continue a job search in…Continue
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We’re in a period of vast disruption and transformation, and every business is being impacted. In this context, our dreams must adapt and evolve too. We must disrupt the broken American Dream. That starts with focusing our legislative, educational, and investment efforts on creating an atmosphere where the true cornerstone of the American Dream can…Continue
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Finding a job that you love is the goal of many, but few people are taught how to actually achieve it.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, American workers average eleven jobs over the course of a lifetime, with this number projected to rise throughout the careers of Millennials and Gen-Zs. That’s at least eleven (if not more) chances…Continue
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For some people, networking with other real estate agents is fun and exciting. For others, it’s absolutely terrifying. But while real estate networking may seem like a daunting task, it doesn’t have to be! When you go into a real estate event with a solid strategy, you’ll plant some seeds and start to build relationships with talented agents across…Continue
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