“I think it’s really a matter of an individual’s energy and enthusiasm,” says Hannon.
Don’t make a quick switch. Take your time and do your research. Hannon says it usually takes three to five years to change careers.
Add skills one at a time. Use the…Continue
Added by HispanicPro on December 31, 2015 at 11:38am — No Comments
When I started my journey in this country 18 years ago, I couldn’t find a roadmap of how other Latinos were succeeding in the United States. Like other immigrants, I worked hard to find my own way, which meant banging my head against a wall a few times before I was able to accomplish some of the goals I had set for myself.
Then, starting in 2014, I set off to find out…Continue
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As the Hispanic population grows in Grand Rapids, so does the number of Hispanic-owned businesses. However, what most Grand Rapidians don't realize is that many of these businesses — retail shops, grocery stores and restaurants, to name a few — have been thriving in the city for decades. Now gaining greater traction with vocal community leaders and partners like the West…Continue
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The common questions that has been running in the applicants' mind and the workers' mind are: how can an applicant win in the job search competition? Or how can you become a successful employee more than anyone else. Lucky applicants who were hired obviously did the right things to win the spot and those who were promoted surely performed very well in the company. But how did…Continue
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It's no secret that women face a disproportionate number of obstacles to climbing the corporate ladder, assuming leadership roles, and succeeding in male-dominated fields. Fortunately, there's now a lot of career advice out there from successful women looking to lift other women up with them. And more than ever, anyone with Internet access can benefit from this wisdom. Since it…Continue
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With the new year comes renewed interest in changing jobs. If you want to move into a career poised for growth or one that is more stable, consider this first. While it may be tempting to drastically change careers, it may make more sense to switch companies within your current industry. You’ll be able to leverage your knowledge of systems, processes and customer behaviors…Continue
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Latinos gave us plenty to think about in 2015, and it's time to revisit some of the best mic drop moments of the year.
From pointing out Hollywood's lack of diversity to exemplifying the importance of redefining masculinity, there was no shortage of food for thought from wise Latinos. Take a look at what John Leguizamo, Zoe Saldana, America Ferrera, Gina Rodriguez and many…
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At the dawn of the smartphone age, US Hispanics stood out as early adopters. Now that the population in general is converging at a high rate of smartphone ownership, one must look harder to see distinctive aspects of Hispanics’ mobile usage. The key is that smartphones still power an exceptionally large portion of Hispanics’ overall digital activity.
US Hispanics are…Continue
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Latinas are the most prominent demographic among this year’s top 20 Twitter users, from Selena Gomez to Shakira, making up over 41% of the world’s most followed women and the majority of the platforms’ most popular non-white users, regardless of gender.
Added by HispanicPro on December 21, 2015 at 2:01pm — No Comments
Mexican pay-TV and broadcasting behemoth, Grupo Televisa S.A.B. (TV - Analyst Report) and U.S. broadcaster, Univision Holdings Inc. have decided to extend their alliance to provide additional opportunities for next-generation Latinos in the U.S. media and technology fields in 2016.
The primarily motive of this agreement is to reinforce and amplify the companies’…Continue
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Recently JetBlue seized an opportunity that many airlines—and other industries—are unwisely ignoring: Hispanic smartphone users. JetBlue's Spanish-language mobile website, launched last summer, has delivered significant incremental customer engagement and revenue.
It's a smart play, for two key reasons. Firstly, this market loves air travel. Nearly 80% of Hispanics take…Continue
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We are Mittelwest Kennels, a German Shepherd breeder offering registered German Shepherd litters of puppies for sale from high quality German Shepherd pedigrees. Our main objective at Mittelwest Kennels is to produce the best German Shepherd litters of puppies for sale in the world. Breeding top producing west German Sieger show Line German Shepherds is number one in producing quality German Shepherd puppies for sale.…Continue
Added by Julie Martinez on December 14, 2015 at 11:41pm — No Comments
Next year will be a strong one for Hispanic ad spending, with the Olympics and the presidential election, yet there’s still more money that should be funneled into Hispanic media that’s not. In part that’s because advertisers remain confused about the best way to reach Hispanics, including whether to use English- or Spanish-language media. And in part this it’s also because…Continue
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Much has been said about the youngest populations of Hispanics in the United States, because the Hispanic community ranks among the "youngest" in the nation. However, little has been said about Hispanics 50+, an age group that currently represents 11 percent of the total "aging" population in the United States, which will jump to 24 percent within the next decade or…Continue
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President & Founder of Figueroa Strategic Communications, LLC, Vanessa E. Figueroa, is from Chicago.
Vanessa Figueroa is a versatile professional with 15 years experience advising clients. A recognized leader in media relations, strategic…Continue
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More Latinos are now graduating with post-secondary degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), but they continue to be significantly underrepresented in the total number of STEM credentials earned.
A new report released Wednesday by Excelencia in Education found that Latinos earned more STEM credentials across all academic…Continue
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There is no doubt that Hispanics are a growing and important market for brands and retailers. For those looking to reach Hispanics consumers in 2016, below are five important thoughts to keep in mind from notable industry experts.
1. Sponsor brands that promote Hispanic “techies” and technical bloggers.
Rebecca Castrejon, online community manager, MXM: “According to…
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Celia Aguilar wears a long, loosely fitted white dress with touches of red embroidery and red bandanas tied around her head and waist. The 29-year-old Chicana dances alongside men wearing large, feathered headdresses, the seashells on their ankles rattling. Here in El Paso, Texas, they gather in a ritual of Danza Azteca, an Aztec dance preserved in Mexican culture.
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Alfonso Gutiérrez works as a news anchor for Noticiero Telemundo Chicago, which airs Monday through Friday at 4:30 PM, 5:00 PM, and 10:00 PM on Telemundo Chicago/WSNS, the local station which serves the Spanish speaking community of Chicago.
As part of Noticiero Telemundo Chicago, Gutiérrez reports the latest and…Continue
Added by HispanicPro on December 9, 2015 at 1:51pm — No Comments
Like millions of Americans, I have been living with terrible back pain for years and finally hit the wall where I could not do it any longer. The thought of surgery, being laid up for weeks and the road to recovery were actually not all the worries that crossed my mind. One of the biggest worries - BILLS! Where would I come up with all the money needed to get me through?
And...like millions of Americans, I did not plan for the cost of the surgery…Continue
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