El Empleo/The Job by opusBou is an award-winning short animation from Argentina. Please don’t watch this before you leave for work, or you’ll be late for the bus.
Our MiJA, Elise Roedenbeck, knows it’s tough out there getting a job, especially for new grads. And when prospective employers want you to work for free so they can “try you out,” it can seem like modern-day slavery. Elise is here to help and also available for consultation (at her day rate) on the Twitter, where they call her @Buttronica.
When bringing a strange woman into your home to help raise your children, many things need to be considered. In this episode of Momfidential, mommy bloggers Byrdie and Linden discuss the pros and cons of Latina and Eastern European nannies.
You’re better than this stupid job. You deserve better. Take this job and shove it! Am I right, people?
Al Madrigal, Daily Show Senior Latino Correspondent (and POCHO Migrant Editor), takes a look at the tragic unemployment rate for Latinos in the television industry.
Yes, you, the ones with the ad agency contacts and the AlwaysBeClosing tattoos:
If you have strategic vision, sales team management experience, a thick little black book and the knife-in-your-teeth attitude of a closer, check out this job listing: POCHO wants to interview you for a job as our Jefe de Sales y Business Development.