Two Young Black Men: No One Will Hire UsA University of Illinois-Chicago study indicates 47 percent of young minority men are unemployed, if they're not in school, far exceeding the national average.
CHA Getting $3M In Federal Funds For Jobs Program At Altgeld GardensThe Altgeld Gardens public housing development on the South Side has been awarded $3 million by the federal government to use to train residents for the workforce and eventual self-sufficiency.
Rauner To Visit Indiana, Wisconsin, Texas To Lure JobsGov. Bruce Rauner said he’s going the offensive in an effort to increase the number of jobs in Illinois.
Mobile Job Assistance Center Helping Will County's UnemployedThe Will County Mobile Workforce Center is a mobile home that has been turned into a job center, outfitted with a dozen computers for job seekers to use for writing résumés and fill out job applications online.
Chicago Among Top Midwest Cities With Largest Unemployment DeclineJob openings continue to rise at the highest number since 2001 with the Midwest included as one of the largest areas for unemployment declines.
Jobless Rates Drop, New Hires Are UpCBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports plenty of Chicago retailers are hiring.
Quinn, Rauner Use Jobs Claims As Campaign WeaponsIllinois 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.
Poll: 42 Percent Know Somebody Who Has Given Up Looking For WorkWhile the unemployment rate continues to fall nationally, 42 percent of Americans say the know somebody who has simply given up looking for work, a new poll finds.
Job Search Continues For Many Into 2014More than 567,000 thousand people are unemployed in the Chicago area alone, and many of them were using the day after Christmas to jump on that job search. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Chicago Brewer To Employ Only VeteransPaul Jenkins says veterans are twice as likely to be unemployed. For disabled veterans, the national rate is at a staggering 88 percent.
Workers Changing Jobs At Faster RateIt used to be people hung on to their jobs as long as possible, spending decades with the same company. Today, more workers are leaving jobs rapidly. Believe it or not, it's a sign the economy is getting better.
Hobart, Ind. Company Grows With EconomyBusiness is booming so much at Teleperformance that by Sept. 1 they hope to have this 700-station call center operating at full capacity. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.