For Hispanic and Latinx People

At DiversityJobs, we know that people who identify as Hispanic or Latinx bring a wealth of skills, ability and drive to the workforce. Our employers know your value and are looking for people like you.

At DiversityJobs, we know that people who identify as Hispanic or Latinx bring a wealth of skills, ability and drive to the workforce. Our employers know your value and are looking for people like you.

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the facts
42 %
U.S. Hispanic/Latinx adults ages 25 and older have at least some college experience as of 2019 1
51 %
of Hispanic and Latinx people accounted for 51% of the U.S. population growth from 2010 to 2020 1
80 %
of Hispanic and Latinx people in the U.S. are U.S. citizens 1

Featured Articles

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May 10, 2022
Best Work from Home Jobs in 2022
The definition of a work environment has changed in the days since the 2020 Coronavirus global outbreak and lockdown. More remote job opportunities and ‘work from home’ jobs, aka WFH, are available for potential hires. If you are looking to start a career learning path to prepare for employment opportunities, or you want to specialize […]
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April 20, 2022
5 Easy Ways the Hispanic/Latinx Community Can Market Their Bilingual Skills to Land Any Job They Want
Did you know that there is a growing demand for bilingual workers throughout the United States? According to a 2019 study conducted by the New American Economy, the demand for bilingual workers doubled from 2010 to 2015. In 2021, there was an even bigger demand for bilingual software developers, legal managers, and executive assistants as […]
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February 24, 2022
How To Use Diversity To Your Advantage in the Job Search
In recent years, organizations have been looking to hire diverse candidates in order to portray a strong global outlook in a workforce made up of various different ethnicities, races, sexes, and religions.   Companies understand how important it is to have diversity within their organizations, as it provides different perspectives and a large pool of unique talents […]
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February 24, 2022
Market Your Bilingual Skills – It Is More Effective Than You Think
Many job seekers sometimes try to avoid discussing their cultural and ethnic backgrounds during the job search due to fear of discrimination. However, for job seekers today, diversity is an added edge when portrayed the right way. If you can speak more than one language, you would definitely be a valuable addition to any company. […]
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January 18, 2007
Ten Tips for Hispanic Professionals to Master the U.S. Job Interview
We may be living in a global economy, but the fact remains: There are some subtle—and some not-so-subtle—differences between the way a job interview is conducted in the United States and in Latin America. To help you better prepare for U.S. job interviews, LatPro recently took time to speak with two experts in the field […]
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November 6, 2007
Hispanic Mentoring: What Hispanic Professionals Need To Know
Get a mentor. You’ve probably heard this career advice more than once. Unfortunately, many professionals know they should get a mentor but few know how to go about finding one or what to expect out of the mentoring process. First Things First: What is a Mentor? A mentoring relationship is much more than just networking. […]
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March 29, 2007
Smart Salary Negotiation Techniques for Bilingual Professionals
For many bilingual professionals, salary negotiation can be the most intimidating part of the employment search process. It can be even more nerve-wracking if you happen to be a foreign professional who is unsure about the “rules” of salary negotiation in the United States. While it may feel like an uncomfortable situation, U.S. employers are […]
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National Career Development Month
November is national career development month. Established by the National Career Development Agency the month-long awareness campaign encourages career development professionals to celebrate career development. The National Career Development Association (NCDA) provides professional development, publications, standards, and advocacy to practitioners and educators who inspire and empower individuals to achieve their career and life goals.
Día de la Revolución
Revolution Day, (el Día de la Revolución) is celebrated every year in Mexico on November 20th. On this day, Mexicans remember and celebrate the Revolution which started in 1910 and lasted for about ten years. The holiday is sometimes referred to by its date, el veinte de noviembre (the 20th of November). The official date is November 20, but nowadays students and workers get the day off on the third Monday of November, no matter which date it falls on. This is a national holiday in Mexico in commemoration of the beginning of the Mexican Revolution.
Transgender Day of Remembrance
The Transgender Day of Remembrance, or International Transgender Day of Remembrance, is a day that is held annually on the 20th of November to memorialize those individuals who have been murdered as a result of transphobia. It also aims to draw attention to the violence that is carried out towards many in the transgender community.