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  • While most professionals write off career fairs as a means of finding a job,

    The Job Seeker’s Guide to Diversity Employment Resourcesis a Directory of Over 600 Jobs Boards, Publicatons, Job Banks and Career Portals for African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, and Other Minorities. This comprehensive, 216 page, resource provides an alphabetized compilation of over 600 resources career-focused newsletters, magazines, journals, job banks, job boards and web sites that target African Americans, Arab Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.

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    according to the 2001 SHRM/Career Journal Poll Search Tactics Survey, over 70% of human resources departments participating rely on job fairs to recruit employees. They are not only great events for identifying employment opportunities, but also for expanding your network, honing your interview skills, learning industry information, gathering information about companies, and collecting business cards. Career fairs are good job seeking tools because you are able to make more contacts through employers and candidates just by being around forty or fifty companies and talking to your peers...

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  • The interview's set. Now you want to know if the potential employer does more than talk about diversity. Follow these tips to find out if the company has a proven commitment to hiring a wide range of people.

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  • Finding Diversity-Friendly Companies

    by Tracey de Morsella (formerly Tracey L. Minor)

    Some companies still cling to cultures designed to support and advance those who are part of the good old boys' network. While many employers are now working hard to make their workplaces more inclusive, many minorities, like others not privy to the traditional office clique, find their careers stagnating. Avoid this situation by seeking out companies committed to diversity -- those doing more than just talking about the importance of hiring minorities. During your job search, look for companies that do the following:

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