For Native & Indigenous Peoples

At DiversityJobs, we know that people who identify as Indigenous 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 Indigenous 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
40 %
increase of Indigenous people in the U.S. over 25 who have a bachelor’s degree 1
61 %
of Native Americans identify as two or more races 2
7.1 million
population of U.S. Indigenous people, including U.S. American Indian and Alaska Native people 3

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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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February 24, 2022
Disclosing Race and Gender in Job Applications?
Unfortunately, many job searchers in America have either experienced or witnessed at least a slight degree of racism or gender bias in the workforce and hiring process. To those who have experienced this kind of prejudice first-hand, it often might seem like a good idea to sound like a ‘white male’ in their resumes. This results in […]
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February 24, 2022
How Diversity Can Help (and Hurt) Your Resume
During a job interview, asking a candidate questions related to their ethnic, social, cultural, or religious background is a big no-no. So, no matter where you are from, being openly discriminated against during a job interview is unlikely. Companies understand the legal implications of such discrimination, and interviewers are trained to treat all job applicants […]
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February 24, 2022
How To Turn Diversity Into a Career Advantage
In today’s world, the term ‘diversity’ refers to a having wide array of beliefs, behaviors, and backgrounds. However, if you go back to just a few years ago, you’ll see that many employers believed that all issues related to workplace diversity could be resolved if a company simply looked more diverse. This is why many […]
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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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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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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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International Day of Older Persons
To increase awareness of the impact of having an aging population. Older people are fonts of wisdom, experience, and storytelling. They can inspire us to continue striving — or warn us of dangers we’re unaware of. We should look to them for guidance whenever and wherever possible.
National Deaf Awareness Month
This month helps us see the highly concerted global advocacy to raise awareness about the Deaf community on different levels. It is about gathering together, becoming united, and showing that unity to the rest of the world.
National Native American Day
Native American Day is celebrated on the fourth Friday of September every year, falling on September 23 this year, as a way of honoring those who have been a part of the American tradition even before the nation of the U.S.A. came into being.