Texas’ governor is in Illinois this week in hopes of luring away the state’s businesses.
Computer and mathematical-related jobs are in high demand in the Chicago metro area.
For one local recruiter, finding management candidates with a strong education is key.
Intensive Care Unit Manager Barb Pudelek explains why education is at the heart of her career.
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 international mining company has become the latest firm to move its U.S. Corporate headquarters to Chicago.
About half of Americans say they feel underpaid. Are you one of them?
Chicago’s nonprofit jobs sector is large, growing and, in some cases, lucrative.
Kristin Solis teaches first grade at Euclid Elementary School. Find out why she loves her job.
Take advantage of scholarships offered to Chicago students to forgo debilitating student loans.
Step one to landing a great job? Update all online profiles.
Succeeding in a web admin role in Chicago takes a strong education and diligence.
When considering a career in Chicago’s criminal justice field, investigate education first.
The RTA’s Travel Information Center gets more than 5.3 million calls a year, but it may trim the center’s hours.
It’s the final weekend of campaigning in the crowded 2nd Congressional Primary Election.
With the economy finally on the upswing, many in Chicago are reconsidering education.
An expert discusses education trends for nurses in Chicago.
Those returning home to Chicago from military service may find an especially receptive job market.
With many Chicagoans still unemployed, it is surprising that there are so many vacant I.T. jobs.
The Chicagoland area is ripe with opportunity for professionals with business degrees.