Illinois Department Of Employment Security
Federal workers who received state unemployment benefits during the federal government shutdown, but who later received back pay, must repay the state of Illinois soon.
Jobs from health care to sales are all seeing increases in listings in the Chicago metro area.
Get an inside look at what it takes to be a clinic coordinator for a public health department.
Professional and business services jobs showed significant gains year over year in the Chicago metro area.
Debra Albert in Chicago explains the role that education has played in her career as chief nursing officer.
Computer and mathematical-related jobs are in high demand in the Chicago metro area.
Job losses were widespread across a range of different types of employers, and indicated that two previous months of increases weren’t a fluke, one economist said.
An expert discusses education trends for nurses in Chicago.
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Looking for a job? Jobs in fields like nursing, security and criminal justice are hiring in Chicago.
Do you have what it takes to be senior management? If so, now is the time to act.
Criminal justice continues to be a burgeoning field for job seekers.
The unemployment rate in the Chicago area fell to 8.4 percent in October from 9.8 percent a year earlier and the area added 24,200 jobs, the Illinois Department of Employment Security said Wednesday.
The latest news on Illinois’ unemployment rate is neither really bad nor really good.
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (CBS) — Job prospects are beginning to look more promising for the state’s military veterans. As WBBM Newsradio’s Catherine Catalane reports, for returning veterans in Illinois, the unemployment rate is better than other […]
The unemployment rate in Illinois inched up in October, and is now more than 1 percent higher than the national average.
The unemployment rate in Illinois jumped to 9.5 percent in July from a revised 9.1 percent in June, rising for the third straight month, and the state lost 24,900 jobs month-over-month, according to the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
Unemployment in Illinois was up modestly last month, breaking a 15-month trend of declining joblessness in the state.
The unemployment rate in the Chicago area fell to 8.7 percent in March from 9 percent in February and from 11.1 percent in March 2010, the Illinois Department of Employment Security said Thursday.
The worsening economy has now hit teenagers, and new statistics for Illinois show that African-American teens in particular are more likely to be without a job.