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While the number of women in leadership positions in government and corporate America has increased dramatically since the Sixties, according to a report by the Pew Research Center, as of 2015 women make up 21 percent of the U.S. Senate, 19 percent of the U.S. House, and just under 25 percent of state legislatures. Just under 6 percent of Fortune 500 company CEOs in 2015 were women.

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Maria Hinojosa is anchor and executive producer of the long-running weekly NPR show, Latino USA, and anchor of the talk show, Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One, from WGBH/La Plaza. She is also founder of the Futuro Media Group, which she created to tell the stories that are overlooked or under reported by traditional media outlets.

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Searching online for information, for everything from people to products, services to how-to instructional videos, has become second nature to most of us by now. But with so much information available online, it's often difficult for companies and service providers to break through the clutter and get noticed. 

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The traditional path to becoming the president or CEO of a corporation has been for an employee to spend years working in the company's operations, finance or logistics divisions. 

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In today’s fast-paced world, efficiency is key to success in the workplace. 

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As traditional advertising has become less effective, many companies have turned to content marketing, a strategic approach to reach and retain customers. 

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In her book, The Third Law, Tamra Ryan explores the challenges chronically unemployed and impoverished women must overcome, both internal and societal, to create new lives for themselves.