While many jobs were put on hold during the pandemic, there are a few that may not come back—ever.
By Debra Wheatman
I have probably received more questions on the topic of conducting a job search in the current climate than I have on anything else in 2020. When the restrictions were first enacted, many people decided to go into a self-imposed holding pattern and shelve their job searches.
By Natalie Rogers
This inspiring group of innovators is changing the Latinx community’s perspective, featuring plus-size model Ady Del Valle, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla, WNBA Diana Taurasi, writer, actor, rapper, and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda and activist Luis Miranda, supreme court judge Sonia Sotomayor, fiction and non-fiction author Carmen Maria Machado.
Continue reading Innovators to Watch
By Don Motanic
It takes a special village to raise a Native doctor, and in the case of Kelsey Motanic, Umatilla, and Coeur d’Alene, the village includes the AISES family. Continue reading Putting the AISES Family into a Family Practice Career
School of Rock owners around the world are making an impact in their communities through the power of music education. And you can too.
Continue reading School of Rock owners around the world are making an impact in their communities
The U.S. Census Bureau recently released new estimates showing 1.1 million employer firms were owned by women and 1.0 million by minorities. According to the 2018 Annual Business Survey (ABS), covering year 2017, 5.6 percent (322,076) of all U.S. businesses were Hispanic-owned and 6.1 percent (351,237) were owned by veterans.
Continue reading A Look into Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses – Fresh statistics you should know
By Maria Valdez Haubrich
Hispanic small business owners are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the US.
The number of Hispanic business owners grew 34% over the past 10 years as compared to 1% for all U.S. business owners, according to a recent study from Stanford University.
Continue reading 10 Essential Sites for Hispanic Business Owners
Debates over who is Hispanic and who is not have fueled conversations about identity among Americans who trace their heritage to Latin America or Spain.
Continue reading Who is Hispanic?
Robert Half conducted a study on employees’ views regarding the pandemic workplace.
By Nigel Thompson of Al Dia News
It is estimated that up to approximately 10,000 Hispanics served throughout the course of the American Civil War.
From Mexican-Americans in the South and West, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, and immigrants from Spain and Portugal, they found themselves on either side of the battle. Continue reading The story of Joseph De Castro: The first Hispanic to ever win a U.S. Medal of Honor