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Grocer to create food service jobs in Chicago

Posted on May 6, 2017

The opening of a new grocery store will create more food service jobs in Chicago. Jewel-Osco will build a full-service grocery store and drive-through pharmacy on the northwest corner of 61st Street and Cottage Grove Avenue. The new store will bring high-quality fresh food options to the Woodlawn community. “Today we are taking the next […]


New headquarters to create more Chicago administrative jobs

Posted on May 6, 2017

One company is opening a new headquarters to create Chicago administrative jobs. Great Wolf Resorts, Inc., North America’s largest family of indoor waterpark resorts, will open the company’s new corporate headquarters in Chicago. The new office, dubbed Wolf Den Chicago, currently houses 45 Great Wolf Resort pack members, with the ability to expand to up […]


Building helps build finance jobs in Chicago

Posted on May 6, 2017

A new building is welcoming new tenants that will create finance jobs in Chicago. Bank of America will be the lead anchor tenant at 110 North Wacker Drive, a new office building on the Chicago river. The agreement completes the next milestone in the highly-anticipated 51-story downtown building, a collaboration between The Howard Hughes Corporation, joint […]


Market development will support Chicago jobs

Posted on April 7, 2017

Fulton Market Development is making great strides to support Chicago jobs. City officials break ground on a 12-story building that will support affiliates of McDonald’s Corp. and other companies. The $47.2 million in Fulton Market project will house 960 employees when it’s completed in late 2018 and fully leased. The building will also contribute approximately […]


Millennium Park creates Chicago tourist jobs

Posted on April 7, 2017

Millennium Park is a large attraction that helps create many Chicago tourist jobs. Millennium Park welcomed nearly 12.9 million guests in just the second half of 2016—making it the #1 attraction in the Midwest and among the Top 10 most-visited sites in the U.S. Based on new attendance counting technology, the figures put the Park in the company of […]


Programs to create Chicago jobs

Posted on March 30, 2017

A slew of programs will attract more top talent to Chicago jobs. Chicago is working with five local universities to create Global Entrepreneur in Residence (Global EIR) programs. These programs will provide pathways to an H-1B visa for highly skilled immigrant entrepreneurs by partnering with local universities to grow their companies in Chicago. Participating universities […]


Law enforcement jobs in Chicago are created

Posted on March 5, 2017

A new graduating class means more law enforcement jobs in Chicago. Chicago Police Department (CPD) Superintendent Eddie Johnson in commemorating the graduation of 291 officers in a ceremony at Navy Pier, one of the largest CPD ceremonies of its kind since the Mayor took office. The graduating class includes 108 new police officers and celebrates […]


Companies create many clean water jobs in Chicago

Posted on March 5, 2017

A new report sheds light on how companies created many clean water jobs in Chicago. The Chicago Federation of Labor and the Sierra Club released a new report on the benefits that investments in clean water generate for the economy and the environment both locally and statewide, and to highlight upcoming opportunities for clean water […]


Campaign attracts those to law enforcement jobs in Chicago

Posted on March 1, 2017

A new campaign was successful in attracting workers to law enforcement jobs in Chicago. Chicago has completed its CPD recruitment campaign, with 16,544 qualified applicants seeking to take the April 2017 Police Entry Exam, just one year after the previous exam. These applications come as a result of a two-month recruitment campaign aimed at supporting CPD’s […]


Did Chicago jobs decline?

Posted on February 9, 2017

New labor statistics report that Chicago jobs may have declined. The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) announced that 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 […]


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