Helping the Hispanic Community Search for Jobs

Helping the Hispanic Community Search for Jobs

Charlotte, NC –The search for a job in a world that is each day more competitive, requires of tools and methods that are many times unknown to some Latinos.

That’s why in the effort to help the Hispanic community, MIRA USA held a seminar on this topic, conducted by the Miraist Carolina Cortez on Saturday September 14.

Click here to see pictures of the event.

Miraists as well as participants of this activity had the opportunity to learn with examples how to write a resume in the American style; they also received valuable recommendations on how to prepare and present themselves at a job interview.

In the activity, which was held in the Unionville Public Library in Indian Trail, the participants learned the most popular websites to search for a job and learned to post their resume online.

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