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Working For Chicago: Amazon Now Hiring In The Chicago AreaThe jobs include delivery and fulfillment center positions.
Restaurant Job Fair At Chicago's Parkway Ballroom
U.S. Postal Service Hiring Mail Carriers In ChicagoThe post office needs “city carrier assistants” at locations across the city.
Lowe's Home Improvement Stores To Hold Hiring Day Event; More Than 450 Jobs AvailableLowe’s home improvement stores are gearing up for the summer with jobs – including more than 450 in Chicago.
Medieval Times Schaumburg Castle Reopening Thursday With Jobs AvailableMedieval Times’ Chicago area castle at 2001 N. Roselle Rd. in Schaumburg will be reopening Thursday, bringing dozens of jobs.
College Student Still Searching For A Summer Job? Some Big Companies Are Paying Top Dollar For InternshipsJP Morgan is paying $6,250 per month, Google is paying $7,129 per month, and NVIDIA is paying $8,811 a month; just some of the monthly salaries from Glassdoor’s list of the 25 highest-paying internships.
Nearly 19,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere were 576,000 claims filed across the country last week.
Working For Chicago: Summer Work Opportunities Abound On Mackinac IslandWhether you're a college student on the hunt for a summer job or just looking for temporary work, CBS 2’s Lauren Victory reported Monday morning on how you can snag employment on a beautiful island.
Nonprofit CORE Immediately Hiring Staffers To Help At COVID-19 Vaccination SitesAt CBS 2 We are Working for Chicago, and if you're job searching, there are immediate openings to help staff the city's newest mass vaccination sites.
Over 14,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicThere were 719,000 total claims filed across the country last week.
CORE Chicago Hiring Program Associates To Help With Vaccination EffortsAs a program associate, part of your role would involve registering and checking-in patients.
Career Coach: Drawing Attention To Your ResumeThis week, our career coach wants to help you draw attention to your resume. 

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Nearly 18,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims were among473,000 total claims filed across the country last week.
Subway Restaurants Hiring Over 400 New Employees In ChicagoSubway is hiring 40,000 new workers across the U.S. this month. 
Working For Chicago: Subway To Hire 400 Workers In ChicagoSubway said the jobs include everything from entry-level to management.
Chicago Area Companies And Consumers Feeling The Effects Of The Global Microchip ShortageThey run everything for kids' toys to ovens to computers, but there is a global shortage of microchips.
Illinois Can Take A Year To Repay Unemployment Benefits To Residents, According To New Federal RulesIf the state made a mistake and started taking money from your unemployment benefits to make up for it, the federal government says they have up to a year to pay that money back.
Over 15,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 PandemicIllinois’ estimated claims are among 498,000 total claims filed across the country last week.
Illinois Unemployment Offices Have Been Closed For More Than A Year; State Lawmakers Introduce Resolution Calling For Their Immediate ReopeningIllinois Secretary of State’s office facilities, courts, and utility offices are all open now – but our unemployment offices that many still desperately need remain closed.
Working For Chicago: USPS Looking To Hire Tractor Trailer DriversThe tractor trailer operators (TTO) positions pay $23.74 per hour.
Couple Waited More Than A Year For Indiana To Pay Unemployment Claim; 'The Most Frustrating Thing I've Ever Been Through In My Life'Lisa and Michael Wojcik have tag-teamed in the unemployment game turned waiting game for more than a year.
Lowe's Hiring Tuesday With In-Store ApplicationsBoth full and part-time jobs are available.
Lowe's Home Improvement Stores To Hold Hiring Day Event; More Than 450 Jobs AvailableLowe’s home improvement stores are gearing up for the summer with jobs – including more than 450 in Chicago.
Soon-To-Be College Grads Will Enter A Rebounding Economy, But Also Face A Lot Of CompetitionSoon-to-be college grads may be entering a rebounding economy, but they will have to compete with a swarm of more experienced workers who lost their jobs in the pandemic.