As one of the industry-leading Minority jobs website, AfricanAmericanHires.com offers unique and custom algorithms to provide each visitor with the best job and employment opportunities currently available for minorities. Here at African American Hires (AAH), we take pride in being the missing link, and our AAH platform that prides itself in providing fast, honest and easy access to jobs with the goal of advancing minorities; Asian American, Indian American, Native American, Black American, Hispanic American. African American, Latin American, Veterans, People with Disabilities, and members of the LBGTQIA community. That’s what drives us — we believe that a job board should be beautifully diverse and work exceptionally well in finding a more satisfying job for just about everyone.
We believe that true happiness comes from aligning what we do at work with who we are as people. For us, that alignment comes from striving to create the best niche job boards in the world and providing the best free coaching available.
AfricanAmericanHires.com is a member of the JustJobs.com family of job search engines developed by LatPro, Inc. for the USA. This extensive network of job boards gives jobseekers free access to 83,342 jobs and benefits millions with 176,914 pages served over the last 30 days. We launched our flagship site LatPro.com in 1997 when it became the very first job board connecting Hispanic bilingual job seekers with recruiters searching for multilingual and multicultural professionals.
LatPro Inc. is a charter member of the International Association of Employment Websites and our job boards are consistently ranked at the top, having won WEDDLE’s User’s Choice Award for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 – “The Elite of the Online Employment Industry”. In 2006, LatPro launched DiversityJobs.com, its first job search engine for a wider audience of minority groups. Then in 2009, along with JustJobs.com, additional job sites were added to help employers connect with African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, veterans, the disabled, and members of the LGBT community.