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Hispanics only represent 4% of executive positions in the country. The fastest-growing population in America should be a community that is considered strongly by corporations and beyond when shaping future economic and skill reform policies. A new study conducted by IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) looked into how Hispanics living in the U.S. feel and found those surveyed think that lack of professional advancement...
A career break could run for a year or a decade. Especially as the workforce reimagines itself as a result of the pandemic. The reasons you went for the career break are irrelevant. Regardless of your circumstance, you will face the daunting task of reentering the work environment. How do you deal with a return to work after a career gap to make the reentry seamless? Here are a few tips to consider.  READ MORE AT 'LLERO
Becoming confident in what you do and learning new things is some of the best career advice a professional should know to become better at what you do and advance in your career. Check out these tips and traits you need to have to be successful in what you do. READ MORE AT BIOSPACE
The average time a worker stays at a job is a little over four years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That means there's a good chance that you'll find yourself in the market for a new job or even a new career at some point in your working life. Unfortunately, plenty of other people are searching for the same position. READ MORE AT YAHOO FINANCE
In business and in life, companies and individuals strive to be unique and create a differentiator between themselves and others. The truest way to execute this is to build the right, long-lasting relationships. This leads to a few questions.   Are you invested in the right relationships? And I mean really invested? READ MORE AT FASTCOMPANY
It is most people’s dream to climb the corporate ladder as they grow in their careers. This however, is not a straight path and it often comes with its set of trials. Navigating this process can be really challenging, however with some guidelines, achieving career growth can be attainable. READ MORE AT THE NEW TIMES
In today's world, the networking strategy is essential for your professional development. It is about creating a network of contacts with people who have interests similar to yours, in order to learn, exchange, and discover job and business opportunities that can enhance their work profile.  Networking is built progressively, and you can do it through social networks, especially those aimed at the professional market, such as...
Change is scary in any facet of your life. If you’re embarking on a job search, it can feel daunting, stressful, and downright overwhelming. But, before you start firing off your resume, it’s important to stay organized, track your progress, and focus on creating a positive mindset. Below are simple things you can do to set proper parameters that will keep your equilibrium for an upcoming job search.  READ MORE AT ABOVE THE...
Even workers with many years of experience can find job interviews daunting. Without a doubt, they are the most difficult hurdle to overcome on the way to securing the ideal career, but with preparation comes confidence. Interviews can go wrong if you aren’t fully prepared. Follow these simple steps to make a good first impression. READ MORE AT SILICONREPUBLIC
Networking has now become an indispensable part of our life as it allows socialization, exchange of information and ideas, and other activities either for work or personal reasons. Regardless of your current work status, freelancer, part-time or full-time employee, or still a student, increasing and diversifying your network can smooth the way for your success. Here are a few tips you can consider to improve your networking skills.
After more than a year of managing work, ZOOM sessions and staying connected from home, one in four employees are considering a leap to a new career, Prudential Financial’s Pulse of the American Worker survey says. The shift comes as many workers enjoy a new work-life balance, with less time spent on long commutes and in-person meetings. Amid all of this newfound freedom are those who have re-examined their current careers and...
If you’re in the job market—and who isn’t these days!—you’ll want to present yourself as a strong candidate every step of the way. And there is nothing more important in doing so than having this one thing.  It’s a single, clear, compelling message about yourself. After all, you need to be telling your story, and at the heart of a good story is a message. READ MORE AT FAST COMPANY