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- The Gift Guide For Job-Seekers
- Holiday Season A Great Time To Search For Jobs
- Communication Will Give Chicago IT Professionals An Edge In Hiring Navy veteran and current Director of Information Technology for the School of Applied Technology at Illinois Institute of Technology, Ray Trygstad advises IT students on ways to succeed in their career field.
- Pursuing Education With A Passion Is Key To Success For Chicago Lawyer While it is rare to see a single mother, woman or African-American in the average courtroom, Michelle J. Miller Esq. is all three and became a successful corporate counsel lawyer in spite of the odds.
- Making Education Fun For Students Is Key For Chicago Teacher Meghan Stegemann, Associate Director of Tutoring and Summer Day at Chicago Lights, uses her background in education to "support and meet the needs of children, youth, and adults."
- Non-Profits In A Hiring Mood A job in the non-profit sector might be a good career move. Check out the Chronicle of Philanthropy or MacArthur Foundation for leads.
- Demand For Nurses Is On The Rise Double-digit growth is in the forecast.
- Former NAHN President Urges Chicago Nurses To Get Involved In The Community Adriana Nava, talks about why math courses are so important to nursing research teams, and how NAHN has affected her career as a Latina nurse.
- Chicago Recruiter Links Hospitality With Business Degrees Angela Isaacson knew that she wanted to help people so a degree in hospitality management came naturally; however she found another career that helps people even more.
- Temp Jobs Have Skyrocketed In Chicago In The Past Year Temporary jobs are on the rise and continuing to help unemployment numbers decline. Chicago recruiter Angela Isaacson discusses how to use temp jobs to job seekers' advantage.