The leading causes of death among Latinos include heart disease and cancer, and Latinos are 50 percent more likely to die from diabetes than whites.
Hispanics also have high rates of obesity (an estimated 47 percent) and diabetes (12.1 percent) in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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By 2025, the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce wants to see 12,000 more African American and Hispanic employees, and 875 more managers of color, in the region.
That vision traces back to a 2018 survey, in which Milwaukee area business leaders identified racial disparities as the region’s biggest Achilles’ heel.…Continue
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Research indicates that to establish a successful workplace diversity program, creating more opportunities for continued engagement is critical. These engagement opportunities can come in many forms, one of which being mentorship programs. Mentoring is a vital component when trying to retain diverse talent.…Continue
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised for significant growth, so it’s no wonder savvy IT professionals are looking for ways to align their career trajectories with it. Indeed, there was a 29 percent increase in the number of AI jobs listed on Indeed from May 2018 to May 2019, and a concurrent 15 decrease in candidate searches for AI roles, suggesting…Continue
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The highest labor participation rate among any demographic. More than 56 percent enrolled in undergraduate degrees. Fifty-one percent homeownership.
Meet today’s Arizona Latinos.
They are a growing economic force with their buying power projected to reach $57 billion by 2022, according to the new 2019 DATOS report by the Arizona Hispanic…Continue
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Every year, we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept 15 to Oct 15. While the "month" spans through two calendar months, we observe it to recognize the Hispanic and Latin America heritage, culture and contributions. Here are eight amazing facts about the Hispanic community in the United States.…Continue
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Most conversations we have about work and finances center on what we're not doing. Other popular topics include: what we should be doing, what we wish we were doing, and what our parent or partner or slightly judgmental acquaintance would like for us to be doing.…Continue
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Not so long ago, a person seeking books by Latino authors had to mine the bookstore shelves for that rare but rewarding find.
This year’s Hispanic Heritage Month is an exciting season for publications by your favorite Latino authors and a few noteworthy newcomers.…Continue
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Networking can sometimes feel uncomfortable and intimidating, but it can be helpful to remember that it’s just a conversation. People are often willing and excited to chat with you about your work. Plus, the person you are talking with was likely in the same place you are at one time.
Here are a few tips to help you feel more comfortable when…Continue
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Hispanic marketing is not a niche; it’s part of our culture and the fabric of America. While we applaud brands for understanding the impact of culturally relevant marketing to this major consumer group, that alone is not enough.
If corporations wish to successfully embrace diversity in their advertising campaigns, they must first have employees…Continue
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The U.S. Hispanic population is diverse. These nearly 60 million individuals trace their heritage to Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America and to Spain, each with distinct demographic and economic profiles. But as migration patterns from Latin America change, the origins of U.S. Hispanics are beginning to shift.
Here are key facts about…Continue
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Despite Cities' efforts to train their residents for workforce changes as automation threatens millions of jobs, they are struggling to equip their most vulnerable populations: African Americans and Latinos.
According to the report, between 9% and 47% of jobs will be lost to automation in the upcoming decades, but these job losses will most…Continue
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The surge of minority women getting jobs has helped push the U.S. workforce across a historic threshold. For the first time, most new hires of prime working age (25 to 54) are people of color, according to a Washington Post analysis of data the Labor Department began collecting in the 1970s. Minority hires overtook white hires last year.…Continue
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The Hispanic community is significantly impacting the Houston economy through their spending, ownership and business ventures, according to data from the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
1. Hispanic spending
Hispanics in Houston are spending over $54 billion a year and are anticipated to make up over 25 percent of…
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Hispanic food is having a moment. From pupusas to gansitos, foods that have been traditionally geared towards Latino consumers have gained acceptance across a broader audience.
But it’s not just the savory flavors of spicy beans, roasted chilies, and crunchy tortillas appealing to the appetites of U.S. consumers. Hispanic health and beauty…Continue
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Latino students are underrepresented in college enrollment and degree attainment at public institutions in most states, according to a report released Wednesday by the Education Trust.
The study found that, when compared with states' proportions of Latino residents, Latino students are underrepresented at both community and technical colleges…Continue
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Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated in the United States from September 15 to October 15, is the perfect occasion to highlight the life and work of Hispanic executive Álvaro Luque, who is succeeding in the U.S. food industry.
With ingenious marketing campaigns, Luque is positioning Mexican avocados as one of the best ambassadors of Hispanic…Continue
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Cybersecurity is one of the most important careers out there at the moment. The field is quite expansive, but it is definitely important as more businesses are seeing the losses their companies can incur because of a data breach.
This is one reason why the need for experts in cyber security continues to rise. The following guide will help you…Continue
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An all-female team of American college students is taking the robotics competition circuit by storm.
The Arizona State University team, Desert WAVE (Women in Autonomous Vehicle Engineering), was formed last August and they say they are one of just two all-female robotics teams competing in the world.…Continue
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U.S. Hispanics' unique ability to blend the physical and digital shopping experience, provides an opportunity for marketers in a variety of industries to reach them. And, because Latinx consumers are young, economically powerful and growing in population, these consumers represent a tremendous opportunity for growth.…Continue
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