Monthly Archives: April 2014

LATCareers’ Hosted Bilingual Latino Educator Career Fair in Oakland, CA Recruit 30+ School Districts

Seattle, WA, Bilingual Latino job board and career fair company, will be hosting their  Annual Bilingual Latino Educator Career Fair in the Oakland, CA.   This event will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge from 1:00-4:00 pm on April 23rd.

The Bilingual Latino Educator Career Fair will provide a one of a kind opportunity for School Districts to recruit Bilingual teachers, Bilingual paraeducators and Bilingual principals. Continue reading

Bilingual Latino & Diversity Career Fair on April 23, 2014 in Nashville, TN by Latcareers

Bilingual Latino & Diversity Career Fair in Nashville

Top Employers will recruit Bilingual Spanish career seekers and Diversity to fill open Job positions in the Nashville, TN area

Seattle, WA , will host their 10th Annual Bilingual Latino and Diversity Career Fair in Nashville, TN.  Employers will connect and meet face to face with job seekers April 23, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Continue reading

Unemployment Rate Fall in 39 US States Last Month

Unemployment rates fell in four-fifths of US states in December 2013 and rose in just two, though most of the improvement stemmed from unemployed Americans giving up on their job searches.

The Labor Department said Tuesday that employers in 30 states added jobs, the fewest to report gains since August. Nineteen states reported job losses.

Nationwide, employers added just 74,000 jobs last month, the fewest in three years and much lower than the average of 214,000 in the previous four months. Economists attributed some of the slowdown to cold weather. Continue reading

Latino Unemployment Drops

The nation’s Latino unemployment rate fell in November to 8.7 percent marking a five-year low since 2008, which is also the last time the Hispanic unemployment rate hit below 9 percent.

A fourth straight month of solid hiring also cut the overall U.S. unemployment rate to a five-year low of 7 percent. The gains in the job market could spur greater economic growth. Continue reading