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  • Carla Andrea Leininger, a native of Brazil who is a talent sourcing analyst for PNC Financial Services Group, said Pittsburgh and, somewhat suprisingly, Washington, have a shortage of job candidates who speak English and Spanish fluently.

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  • "Traditional headhunting approaches don't work when it comes to finding bilingual professionals."
  • "You have to take a grass roots approach," Leininger said. Leininger, who hosts a Brazilian radio hour from 6-7 p.m. on Carnegie Mellon University's WRCT 88.3 FM, also believes one has a better chance of bumping into a good Latin American job candidate while at a music event than at the average networking breakfast.

"You have to dance with these people first," she said.


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