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Hispanic Career World Magazine, launched in 2001 is the recruitment link between students and professionals who are Hispanic and the employers that seek to hire them. This publication offers career-guidance columns, news, and feature articles that profile Hispanics in all fields.

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Gouverneur Pursues NM's Digital Transformation
Karl Gouverneur merged his knack for business and technology into a career that led him to become vice president, digital innovation, digital workplace and corporate solutions at Northwestern Mutual (NM).  read more

                      

 

 

Report: Hispanic Woman Businesss Ownership On The Rise
Women own more than 11 million companies, or 38 percent of American businesses, according to SCORE, a national non-profit association headquartered in Herndon, VA dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow and succeed nationwide.  read more


 

Resumes That Get Results
AccordingJob seekers on the hunt for new opportunities would do well to take a serious look at their resumes and raise the standards for their current job search.  read more

 

Three Tips For Latina Entrepreneurs
One quarter of entrepreneurs of the nation’s immigrants are entrepreneurs, despite the fact that immigrants make up just 15 percent of the U.S. population. read more

 


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