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Hospitality jobs in Chicago grow

Posted on December 31, 2017

The number of hospitality jobs in Chicago is climbing. According to recent labor statistics, Illinois’ unemployment rate in September declined to 5.4 percent and nonfarm payroll employment shed -6,900 jobs, based on preliminary data released by the Department and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The state’s job numbers dropped for a fourth consecutive month, […]


Charter may create green jobs in Chicago

Posted on December 31, 2017

A new charter may create more green jobs in Chicago. At the the North American Climate Summit attended by municipal leaders from across the world, multiple leaders, including Mexico City Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and Vice Chair of the Global Covenant of Mayors Christiana Figueres, to sign […]


Employment initiative to create Chicago jobs

Posted on December 31, 2017

A new initiative directed at youth is creating more Chicago jobs. Skills for Chicagoland’s Future (Skills) launched Beyond the Diploma, an innovative new demand-driven youth employment initiative that will connect unemployed and underemployed youth to jobs with career pathways and educational advancement. Beyond the Diploma will take a comprehensive and holistic approach that convenes Chicago’s […]


Education jobs in Chicago grow

Posted on December 3, 2017

New labor statistics show that education jobs in Chicago are climbing. Illinois’ unemployment rate in September declined to 5.4 percent and nonfarm payroll employment shed -6,900 jobs, based on preliminary data released by the Department and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).  The state’s job numbers dropped for a fourth consecutive month, keeping Illinois […]


Certification program to boost Chicago jobs

Posted on December 3, 2017

A new certification program will help some Chicago jobs. The Department of Procurement Services (DPS) announced the roll-out of the certification program for veteran-owned business enterprises (VBE) and a new Bid Incentives and Program Guide to serve as a resource for Chicagoland businesses. “The City of Chicago is committed to creating an open and fair […]


Company to create recruiting jobs in Chicago

Posted on December 3, 2017

One company is busy expanding and creating more recruiting jobs in Chicago. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largestjob sites, is opening the company’s newest office located in Chicago’s rapidly developing Fulton Market District. Glassdoor officially announced it had selected Chicago for its expansion in late 2015 and opened its first temporary office location in the […]


City creates law enforcement jobs in Chicago

Posted on November 5, 2017

The city is busy creating more law enforcement jobs in Chicago. Chicago has invited 14,020 to take the next Police Entry Exam. This is the second exam of the year as CPD continues to work toward its goal of increasing the number of officers by nearly 1,000 officers by the end of next year that […]


School creates education jobs in Chicago

Posted on November 5, 2017

A new school is creating more education jobs in Chicago. The city announced a new three-story 114,500 square foot school building for Dore Elementary School, 65th Street and Nottingham Avenue. The current Dore Elementary School building will be repurposed to support expanding full-day preschool programming in the 13th Ward. “The students at Dore have outgrown […]


Certification program to boost Chicago jobs

Posted on November 5, 2017

A new certification program will benefit Chicago jobs. The city and the Department of Procurement Services (DPS) announced the roll-out of the certification program for veteran-owned business enterprises (VBE) and a new Bid Incentives and Program Guide to serve as a resource for Chicagoland businesses. “The City of Chicago is committed to creating an open and […]


Company creates more manufacturing jobs in Chicago

Posted on October 1, 2017

One company is busy creating more manufacturing jobs in Chicago. The city is busy breaking ground on a $45 million Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing Center at Richard J. Daley College, marking the start of construction of the 57,000-square foot project that will help prepare Chicagoans for the more than 20,000 jobs coming to the region in […]


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