Consulting Firm Principal Jay Beaton shares his experience with education and shaping a career.
Young people right out of college call it a crisis as the unemployment rate among the millennials is high. CBS 2′s Jim Williams reports there is a profession with lots of job openings, but the work is very demanding.
Two prominent Illinois lawmakers met today about controversial comments one made about how to get rid of gangs in Chicago, reports WBBM’s Lisa Fielding.
Congressman Bobby Rush has called U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk’s idea of mass prosecutions of the 18,000-member Gangster Disciples an “upper-middle-class, elitist white boy solution to a problem he knows nothing about.”
Jobs from health care to sales are all seeing increases in listings in the Chicago metro area.
Beverly Billy started her own non-profit organization to help women move on from abusive relationships.
Get an inside look at what it takes to be a clinic coordinator for a public health department.
No doubt, you’ve heard of the mid-life crisis. It affects people in their 40s and 50s. But did you know there’s a quarter-life crisis, too? It’s hitting the youngest adults.
Professional and business services jobs showed significant gains year over year in the Chicago metro area.
Smart businesses of all sizes in Chicago are using social media to reach new customers.
Patty Nedved believes advanced degrees help nurses gain a better perspective on patient care.
“Water quality makes a tremendous difference in how we can interact with the river, but also provides us jobs; it provides us business revenue,” said Friends of the Chicago River executive director Margaret Frisbie.
Debra Albert in Chicago explains the role that education has played in her career as chief nursing officer.
Ed Liberman has been teaching and working in I.T. for 15 years. He explains why education is vital for technology professionals.
Terrence J. Longo of The Chicago Lighthouse explains how his non-profit helps the unemployed blind.
Skokie Democrat Jan Schakowsky says the lower unemployment figures are welcome as far as they go, which isn’t quite far enough.
The professional and business services sector leads the way in job growth in the Chicago metro area.
An I.T. expert in Chicago shares his experiences getting educated and landing a great job.
Patrick Elward of Chicago built his company on both knowledge and education.
Day two of Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s job-poaching trip to Chicago took him to a huge trade show at McCormick Place on Tuesday. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine has learned which Chicago company he has in his sights: Performance Trust, a financial services firm based in the West Loop.