Major Employers

are seeking to increase Diversity within their Workforce – especially for Hispanics

Neal Morrison City Career Fair/Diversity Recruiters Network

The fastest growing segment of the US population are Hispanic or Latino.  According to US Census the Hispanic/Latino population grew from 12.5  (35.3 million) to over 16 percent (50.4 Million) of the US Population between 2000 and 2010. This is the fastest growing segment of the population and consumer base. However, they are also the most underrepresented in leadership, management and face of the company contact points with the general public.  Because of these two strategic points, employers are aggressively seeking to increase their diversity especially for Hispanics and Latinos.  Employers are realizing that if they don’t start building a diverse workforce today they will be at a distinct business disadvantage in the near future.

There are employers in the San Jose/Silicon Valley that realize this as an opportunity to build a more inclusive workforce that reflects all the communities they serve.  Accordingly, the benefits in the short and long term are enormous for the employer, employees, local community and US economy.  This includes more consumer spending, tax revenues, greater market share and sales for employers with a diverse workforce.  It’s a win-win-win situation.

On Diversity Employment Day for San Jose and Silicon Valley – June 23rd, 2016 at the Doubletreee Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA 95110, from 11-3pm, major employers will be recruiting for candidates from the Multicultural and Diverse communities to fill their hundreds of job and career positions. These jobs range from entry level to professional level. You most like have skills and work experience these employers are looking for.  Among the employers hiring are: Walgreens, Bay Area Rapid Transit, NBC Bay Area, University of California Santa Cruz, Jeppesen, Legal Shield, US Air Force, El Observador, Event Management, San Jose Police Department, Multnomah County Health Department, Empire Broadcasting and more.

El Observador is a co-media sponsor of the Diversity Employment Day Career Fair.  Please come and find your next job or career. Make sure you share this rare opportunity to meet face to face with Recruiters and Staffing Managers with your friends, relatives, and Network.  Dress in business attire and bring plenty of resumes. To avoid standing in line, send your resume to the email, with the Silicon Valley in the subject line and you will receive a pass code that will allow you to skip the line.  For more details please visit