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Name: Radouane

Country: Morocco

Profession: Senior Weblogic Administrator

After Radouane moved to the U.S., he attended countless interviews that yielded nothing. In order to survive, Rodouane started driving a cab. On a trip to investigate further education options at the City University of New York, he learned about Upwardly Global, an introduction that helped boost his professional career in the U.S.

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"He who dreams is not a fool. Let us not all have a place for self-doubt and despair as we should always try to convert adversities and odds into opportunities. I thank you all Upwardly Global team for providing help and inspiration when it was badly needed."

Name: Abebe Gellaw

Country: Ethiopia

Profession: Executive Director

Company: Ethiopian Satellite Televison

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Articles and Recent Research

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

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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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