You may be surprised to hear that Illinois doesn’t require kids to be in school until age seven, but, as WBBM’s Nancy Harty reports, that’s about to change.
The Black Star Project has more than 600 cities taking part in the effort to increase fathers’ involvement in their children’s education.
The information industry, which includes motion pictures and sound recording, posts positive gains from year-ago levels.
Rochelle Michalek, executive director of PAWS Chicago, gives the scoop on the importance of obtaining an advanced degree.
Health Care Administrator Jodi S. Joyce offers advice on furthering education to get ahead.
With residential and highway projects underway, the Chicago area is seeing an increase in construction employment.
Chris Wahl shows how investing in yourself in terms of training and knowledge can be a way to invest in a successful career.
A suburban kindergarten teacher discusses the importance of continuing education for teachers.
Trying to find convenient quality childcare is a priority for working parents, but for too long too many parents in communities like Englewood have had to leave the neighborhood.
The leisure and hospitality industry in Chicago is experiencing a spike of 2.3 percent from year-ago employment levels.
If you want to pursue an MBA along with your medical school degree, consider getting the inside scoop from a Chicago-based ophthalmologist.
Derrick Yang is a great example of how one can use their educational background in the medical field on a much larger scale.
Employment improved significantly in Chicago’s professional and business services sector since last year.
I.T. professionals in Chicago continue to be in high demand to keep technology systems running smoothly.
Allison Melville, a music teacher in Chicago’s northwest suburbs, emphasizes the role her own education plays in the classroom.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, manufacturing is one sector seeing an increase in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Health Manager Mariana Burgos is using the Presence Resurrection Medical Center to better an entire community.
Consulting Firm Principal Jay Beaton shares his experience with education and shaping a career.
With 49 elementary schools set to close next week, Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett was outlined a five-year plan to make sure the district’s students are prepared for college or a career after finishing high school.
Jobs from health care to sales are all seeing increases in listings in the Chicago metro area.