Top 10 Diversity Recruiting Web Sites for African Americans (and other minority job seekers)

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Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — There are many online tools that help African Americans, Latinos, and Asians find competitive jobs. These same online tools also help employers that want to show these ethnic groups that they are dedicated and committed to diversity hiring. The question, though, is: Which ones are the best ones to use?

African Americans:

#1 – HBCU Connect: Founded in 1999, this is the premier online destination for HBCU students and alumni. They have worked with thousands of companies to help them recruit African Americans graduates from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

#2 – BlackJobs.com: This web site attracts more than 50,000 African American jobseekers every month. It is owned by the same company that produces BlackNews.com and BlackJobs.com, making it easy for them to promote job openings to qualified African American candidates.

#3 – Black Career Network: Formally called A Mighty River, this web site is one of seven culturally distinct websites in The Professional Diversity Network that provides a professional and engaging network for African-Americans.

Latino Americans:

#4 – LatPro.com: This web site features the largest resume database of qualified Hispanic and bilingual job candidates. Every month, more than 200,000 unique Hispanic and bilingual professional visitors per month

#5 – United Latino Job Bank: This web site’s goal is to help increase diversity in corporate America and within the federal government. They allow employers to post jobs and access their resume database for free.

#6 – iHispano: As one of seven culturally distinct websites in The Professional Diversity Network, iHispano provides a professional network for Latinos that is far more engaging and welcoming than a typical job board.

Asian Americans:

#7 – Asian Hires: This extensive network of job boards gives jobseekers free access to 65,653 jobs for Asian candidates from the Philippines, Japan, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia, and more.

#8 – NAAAP Career Center: This web site, produced by the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), is an online community that connects Asian and minority professional talent with companies across the globe.

Overall Diversity:

#9 – Diversity Inc: This online career center for diversity and LGBT job candidates is produced by DiversityInc.com, a leading online publication that reports on the latest news and developments about the diversity in the workplace.

#10 – Diversity.com: A leader in the diversity jobs market since 2000, they feature job postings from some of the best diversity employers across a wide variety of industries.

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