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Inside the October 2005 Issue

Executives Expect a Higher Calling

It's a promising job market for top-level talent and diverse candidates are in greater demand than ever. Top-tier executives should expect plenty of opportunitie following an early 2005 spike in executive job growth. ...continue

Influentials Coverage: A School-Job Disconnect

University students often complain about the disconnect between what's taught in the classroom and the realities of their first job. But the Hispanic community suffers from a different kind of school-job disconnect. ...continue

The 100 Most Influential Hispanics

View this year's 100 Most Influential Hispanics, a list of who's who including academic leaders, renowned athletes, entertainers, important board and committee chairpersons, and more. ...continue

Executive Life

Living the lifestyle of the successful businessperson. ...continue

Return of the Mexican Cinema

Maya Cinemas brings the movie-going experience to Hispanic neighborhoods. ...continue

Latin Pizazz in the Big Apple

The Latin Media & Entertainment Commission intends to make New York the Latin media capital of the world. ...continue

Hispanic Labor Market Gap Continues

The U.S. labor market shows an unemployment rate remarkably close to the 5.2 percent. Unemployment rates for Hispanics are approximately a point higher than those for the population as a whole. ...continue

Local Gem to National Treasure

Five years after its opening, the National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico (NHCC) finds itself a model for cultural organizations across the country. With continuing expansion, its mission is also evolving, in keeping with the Hispanic community it strives to represent. ...continue

Achievement, Prestige, Power

Since 1983, when Hispanic Business first published the Influentials directory, the numbers of titles have grown as Hispanics have successfully realized expanded opportunities in the U.S. economy and society. ...continue

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