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Colombian Physician Starts Again

Name: Paola

Country: Colombia

Profession: Resident – Family Medicine

A native Colombian, Paola was working at one of the Chile’s largest public hospitals. In 2007, she moved to the Windy City to start a new life. "For a long time I didn't do anything, because I didn't have the contacts or anything…” she says. Then Paola connected with Upwardly Global. “They really changed my life.”

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"Upwardly Global gave me user-friendly tools that I applied not only for job searching but also to build professional relationships. The training helped me realize my strengths and recognize the areas where I need to develop my talents."

Name: Helena Alemu

Country: Ethiopia

Profession: Research Consultant

Company: UNICEF

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Articles and Recent Research

Articles related to the integration of highly skilled immigrants into the U.S. workforce.

Title Description
Why Diversity Matters An analysis by McKinsey & Co. finds that companies with more diverse workforces perform better financially.
Groundbreaking Study: Immigration Creates Jobs for U.S. Workers A new nationwide study, based on a multi-year statistical analysis, offers new evidence that immigrants create jobs for American workers.
Talent Shortage 2011 Survey Report ManpowerGroup surveyed nearly 40,000 employers in 39 countries and territories in 2011 to gauge the impact of talent shortages on the global labor market.
Debunking International Background Screening Myths Recruiting Trends challenges 10 common myths about background screening for international candidates.

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