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  • DiversityWorking - Largest Diversity Job Board Online. Serving African-American Job Seekers, Asian Pacific Islander Job Seekers, the Person with Disability Job Seeker, Gay and Lesbian Job Seekers, Hispanic Worker Job Seeker, Mature Workers, Native Americans, Veterans and Women Job Seekers"

  • Diversity@work - Diversity@work's team of specialists have the practical experience and the knowledge to help companies benefit from workforce diversity. Successfully managed, diversity can be a strategic tool to gain a competitive advantage in the global marketplace. By embracing diversity, you can build a stronger, more flexible organisation. Australia.

  • HirePotential - "A national staffing firm dedicated to recruiting and employing individuals from the 'Untapped Workforce'. This includes people with disabilities, mature workers, veterans, welfare recipients and individuals from other specialty niche groups." (USA Based)

  • IMDiversity.com - Sponsored by The Black Collegian, this is an excellent resource for all minority and diversity candidates, including women and the disabled. The many villages include resources and information specific for each group, and those without a separate village will find information in the global village. These folks are committed to serving all minority/diversity groups and are doing a great job.(USA Based)

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