The energy efficiency sector helps households and businesses to lessen their energy consumption. People in the energy efficiency sector are left with the problem of how they can continue their services and avoid close contact with customers.
Based on Latino Decisions' latest study, more than 13 million Latinos will vote in the 2016 presidential election, and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley has made strides on connecting with the voting bloc by issues to the community.
Hispanic/Latino banks, analysts, investors and tellers are noticeably absent from the financial sector. However, programs designed by one of the nation's largest advocates for la raza should help to swarm the financial services sector with capable young Latinos.
The newly published list that features the nation's top cities for employment opportunities excludes many big cities. This fact can be accredited to smaller cities' position as a low-cost alternative for large companies. Those areas boost a lower cost of living than heavily populated cities.
Everything seems expensive nowadays, particularly when you're a freshly graduated millennial burdened with student loan debt, while you're simultaneously searching to start a life in a city that has job opportunities and an affordable cost of living. Luckily, a new report was published that illustrates which cities likely offer prosperous careers.
"Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect," a newly published report, found that U.S. Hispanic/Latino workers are 18 percent more likely to be killed on the job than workers of any other racial/ethnic group. Furthermore, immigrants face greater risk.
Employment in the U.S. has been capricious of late, but the economic assault dealt by The Great Recession only helped to stagger job opportunities and heighten unemployment rates, particularly for non-whites. That said, new job numbers show that last month saw a decrease in Latino unemployment.