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City hires for Chicago education jobs

Posted on December 31, 2016

The city is busy hiring for Chicago education jobs. Arnaldo “Arnie” Rivera will serve on the Chicago Board of Education. Rivera, a former educator and education administrator, will replace Dominique Jordan Turner, who, has recently stepped down to serve as a member of the Board of Directors for the Chicago Public Library. As a board […]


Roadway project creates construction jobs in Chicago

Posted on December 28, 2016

A new project is creating more construction jobs in Chicago. The brand new realigned section of Elston Avenue has opened, eliminating tie-ups that plagued the six-way intersection at Damen, Elston and Fullerton for years. The opening of the new roadway represents a major milestone for the project that will be continuing through spring of 2017. […]


New hub creates digital jobs in Chicago

Posted on December 10, 2016

A new hub has opened to create more digital jobs in Chicago. Accenture has a new Digital Hub in Chicago. Located in the West Loop, the 70,000-square-foot office houses more than 500 Accenture Digital experts and is designed to help the company’s clients explore the latest innovations in today’s fast-changing, digital environment. “Chicago is home […]


Ordinance to boost Chicago jobs

Posted on December 7, 2016

Two new ordinances have been recently passed that will boost Chicago jobs. One will expand the bid preference offered to City-based businesses that employ Chicago residents and one will expand the City’s Mentor-Protégé program that rewards prime contractors who actively mentor Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBE). “Over the past several years, […]


Partnership to create transportation jobs in Chicago

Posted on December 7, 2016

A partnership with UPS will create more transportation jobs in Chicago. UPS is looking to fill more than 3,800 part-time and seasonal jobs in the Chicago area to prepare for the upcoming holiday season. To help fill the positions, the company is partnering with the City Colleges of Chicago to host three hiring fairs on […]


Grocery store creates Chicago customer service jobs

Posted on November 9, 2016

A new grocery store has created more Chicago customer service jobs. The new Mariano’s grocery store is in the Bronzeville neighborhood. The new store adds fresh, healthy food options and creates 400 jobs, including approximately 100 jobs that are held by CHA residents. “Opening this Mariano’s means opening up incredible opportunities for residents in Bronzeville […]


Student interest in Chicago tech jobs

Posted on November 9, 2016

There is much ado lately about student interest in Chicago tech jobs. There are record high levels of student interest in Chicago’s thriving tech sector, demonstrated by the record number of student applications for the sixth annual installment of the ThinkChicago: Chicago Ideas Week program. The ThinkChicago program brings together students from technology, engineering and entrepreneurship […]


Company creates digital jobs in Chicago

Posted on November 9, 2016

One company is expanding and creating digital jobs in Chicago. Accenture has a new Digital Hub in Chicago. Located in the West Loop, the 70,000-square-foot office houses more than 500 Accenture Digital experts and is designed to help the company’s clients explore the latest innovations in today’s fast-changing, digital environment. “Chicago is home to one […]


A company’s move creates corporate jobs in Chicago

Posted on October 2, 2016

Wilson Sporting Goods is moving its headquarters, a move that will create corporate jobs in Chicago. The company will relocate its global headquarters to downtown Chicago in late 2017. The move will bring approximately 400 Wilson team members to the Company’s new location in the iconic Prudential Plaza building, located at 130 East Randolph Street. Wilson, […]


Plan includes creating more law enforcement jobs in Chicago

Posted on October 2, 2016

A city safety plan includes adding more law enforcement jobs in Chicago. Just a few years ago, Chicago’s homicide rate reached its lowest level in 50 years. Today, that hopeful trend has reversed, and the critical relationships between communities and police need to be rebuilt. The Mayor’s multi-faceted plan – including an increase to the […]


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