Education, coupled with an advanced degree, has not only opened doors to new opportunities, but has also allowed a businesswoman to educate on a much wider scale.
A Chicago international software design and development company shows how the field continues to change, with advice from its president, Aurimas Adomavicius.
Advocating social justice isn’t just a responsibility for those in law enforcement. LaDonna Long shows how she has used her background to educate others.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican rival Bruce Rauner have both sought to use the state’s jobs situation as a political weapon. But their claims and the numbers behind them demonstrate that the picture isn’t nearly as clear as either Quinn or Rauner suggests.
Legislation has been signed into law that’s designed to give ex-offenders in Illinois a better chance at finding work, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Whether you’re having trouble choosing a major or thinking of returning to school, the nursing field is offering new opportunities in the Chicago area.
A degree in business can offer the fundamentals needed to successfully run a company, but oftentimes the most can be learned through additional schooling.
Advanced degrees in nursing are becoming a highly sought after commodity.
Senator Dick Durbin was on the Southwest Side Monday morning to push for what he calls the Patriot Employer Tax Credit, reports WBMM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said his Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, is proud to work with UST Global in what’s called the “Step IT Up” program in Chicago.
U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Illinois) said the coalition of political and business leaders who attended a meeting he organized Wednesday to discuss strategies to quell street violence will make the latest efforts the most effective yet.
Employees who work at the various fast food stands at The Great State Fare food court in the basement of the Thompson Center are worried they’ll lose their jobs when their employer, Sodexo, moves out of the state government building hands over the reins of the food court to a new management company.
Christy Webber Landscapes heard from about 75 people, on the phone and in person, who said they’re ready to work cutting grass and performing other tasks for the $9 an hour starting pay, but she’s taking a wait-and-see attitude to find out if any of those people pan out.
A local landscaper who refuses to hire undocumented workers said she has been having a hard time finding Americans willing to do the job on a day-to-day basis, so she’s resorted to sticking magnetic “Help Wanted” signs on her trucks.
Jewel-Osco is looking to hire 1,500 workers to run their planned five new stores this summer.
Having used his educational background to found Lextech Global Services, CEO Alex Bratton offers advice for others looking to go into the field of technology.
When many people think of a degree in psychology or counseling, it can be difficult to predict how the degree will translate into a real-world career.
For those looking to go into the field of criminal justice, advanced education opens many doors.
Increasing the digital presence of your business may be easier than you think. A strong digital presence can increase revenue, even for businesses that rely on walk-in traffic.
Admissionado COO Lauren Herskovic offers insight into career opportunities in education outside of being a teacher in the classroom.