Recent news reports indicate that in August Minnesota’s unemployment rate rose to its highest since 1985 and at 6.2%, it was higher than the national average. What’s more alarming is that for blacks, this rate stands at just over 11%. This does not make for a good job market or job hunting experience. In such times networking with the right people is very important. In 2005 University of Minnesota alum, Sam Adegoke, founded Diversity Partnerships in response to the need to connect talented early career-level women and minority candidates with industry-leading corporate clients to ensure their continued growth and success.
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