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Equal Opportunity Magazine, launched in 1968, is a career-guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified African-American, Hispanic, Native-American, and Asian-American college students and professionals in career disciplines. Equal Opportunity empowers readers to move ahead in their job search and/or current workplace environment.

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Made for Medicine       
You don't have to be an MD to make a difference in people’s medical care.  read more 

 

What Occupations Have The Largest and Smallest Pay Gaps?
Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that the average full-time working woman earns about 80 percent of what the average full-time working man does. read more


 

Shining a Light on the Energy Industry        
Looking back at 2017, it was a year marked by multiple well-entrenched trends, including the changing fuel mix, falling power prices, rising renewable demand, the proliferation of distributed energy resources, and deepening commitment to resilience and cybersecurity. read more

 

Excelencia & HACU: HSI Numbers Growing In US
The latest Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) data released by Excelencia in Education and Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) show the number of HSIs in the U.S. is on the rise, reflecting growing student enrollment. read more


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