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- Chicago IT Consultant Explains Why Traditional Education Matters Information Security Analysts, one of the top jobs for 2015, may not be required to have traditional education, however Maharshi Dave still believes that formal education matters for IT professionals to get ahead.
- Male Nurse In Chicago Fights For Health Profession During Jim Crow Obstacles The Census reports that in 2011 there were 3.5 million employed nurses in 2011, about 3.2 million of whom were female and 330,000 male..
- Chicago Professor Chooses Teaching Over Accounting And Legal Accomplishments While pursuing a career in politics, lawyer and CPA Linnae Bryant found out she enjoyed teaching at Chicago State University far more than she expected to.
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- Chicago Lawyer Reminds Attorneys To Do Pro Bono Work For Those In Need Law school can burn $42,000 through a student's purse. But after passing the bar, lawyers may be able to pay that loan back quicker.
- Chicago Psychologist Set On Helping Her Community Dr. Kimberly Martin started out wanting to own her own business, but a mandatory course in psychology made her realize she had another calling.
- Business Management Professional Predicts Big Data For Future Hot Jobs Big data jobs are continuing to pop up on job boards. Find out what it'll take to crack into this market and why one business management professional believes job applicants should be gunning for these carer roles.
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