Career Coach: Revamping Your ResumeThrough this job crisis, CBS 2 is Working For Chicago and working with a career coach every week to bring you advice about looking for and landing a job.
NorthShore Executive Networking Group Meets Virtually To Facilitate Finding Jobs Amid PandemicLooking for a new job can be discouraging – and even more so when you add a pandemic to the mix.
Career Coach: Tap Into Your Personal And Professional NetworkAre you thinking about changing industries during this difficult time? 
Make Yourself Stand Out During The Job SearchMorning Insider Tim McNicholas asked the head of a job search networking group for simple and helpful tips.
Career Coach: Utilizing Google To Make The Job Search EasierFinding a job is never easy, especially when you're looking with more than 30 million Americans out of work.
Career Coach: Overhauling Your LinkedIn Profile And Using The Job Search FeatureAs job losses pile up during the pandemic CBS 2 is Working For Chicago to help you bounce back. 
2 Investigators: Fraudsters Luring Victims Through Job-Search Engines2 investigator Pam Zekman warns: Beware of job scams.
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.
4 Months After Going Free, Wrongfully Convicted Man Still Searching For JobA 47-year-old man cleared of setting a fire that killed a woman and her five children in 1984 has found that freedom is a subjective term, months after his release from prison.
Survive This Economy: Shifting From Homemaker To Working MomTo survive this economy, many stay-at-home moms are looking to rejoin the workforce, but for moms like Sinora Wright – who last held a full-time job seven years ago – jumping back into the job market can seem daunting.
Survive This Economy: Many Stay-At-Home Moms Looking To Rejoin WorkforceGetting a job in this economy is tough enough, but imagine looking for a job after being out of the workforce for seven years. More than 5 million mothers opt to be stay-at-home moms, but many of them have begun looking to re-enter the workplace.