Many of us first learned about Amy Chua, a law professor at Yale University, from her wildly popular Wall Street Journal op-ed titled “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior.” The attention-grabbing headline compelled over 10,000 people to comment on the article – Continue reading The Tiger Mom: Do Chinese Mothers know the secret to professional success?
You’ve joined the Professional Diversity Network, and are receiving updates about new job opportunities. You’ve applied to these jobs, but haven’t received any invites for interviews. Is there something you should be doing to change this? If you truly want Continue reading Top Five Tips for Making Your Asian Career Network Profile Standout
According to our latest Diversity Jobs Report, over 10 million Americans are currently seeking full-time employment. Combined with factors not within your control — like timing, management and organizational changes—this statistic means the landscape for securing a good paying job is Continue reading 5 Reasons You’re Not Getting Hired
Has our country advanced beyond affirmative action? This question was at the crux of last summer’s Supreme Court decision, which ultimately reaffirmed the use of race in college admissions. The historic case of Fisher v.Texas underscored the importance of educational diversity Continue reading The Importance of Building on Our Nation’s Greatest Strength: Diversity
Asian-Americans are taking an active role in the current immigration debate. The bill that passed the Senate in June has a section, which, if made into law, would ban citizens from sponsoring naturalization of siblings and children age 31 and Continue reading Asian-Americans Role in Immigration Debate
There is an employment paradox in the Asian-American community. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Asian-Americans have the lowest unemployment rate but experience the highest rates of long-term unemployment. Asian-Americans experienced a 5.6 percent unemployment rate in the second Continue reading What Accounts For High Rates of Long Term Unemployment Among Asian-Americans
Is the American education system producing talent that can carry the U.S. forward in a competitive global economy? With a 77 percent high school graduation rate, the U.S. is ranked 22nd of 28 nations with measurable data by the Organization Continue reading High Expectations For Asian Students Drive Performance
There seems to be a perception among Asian-American college applicants that college admissions committees discriminate against them, whether consciously or unconsciously. This explains why the latest trend among Asian-American applicants is to avoid checking the race assignation box on college Continue reading Discrimination Against Asian-Americans in College Admissions: Myth or Fact?
As the landmark comprehensive immigration reform bill is set to begin its approval process in the House of Representatives this fall, many U.S. businesses are concerned about provisions that could severely limit access to foreign-born workers and negatively impact their Continue reading Restrictions to Foreign-Born Workers Could Adversely Affect U.S. Businesses
The pending immigration overhaul could usher in a new wave of highly skilled immigrants from China and India. Over time, this immigration influx from Asia could result in a huge transformation of the racial and ethnic fabric of our country. Continue reading Immigration Reform Poised to Radically Shift US Demographic