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Chicago Sales Job Competition

Posted on June 9, 2009

Would you take part in a reality-style competition to get a job? Unemployed workers who are interested in a Chicago sales job – and a shot at owning a business – will soon have the chance to do just that. Graphics Resource Management LLC recently announced the creation of “The Partner,” a reality-style competition for […]


Chicago Jobs Increase during April, Unemployment Spikes

Posted on June 1, 2009

Although some Chicago jobs were added from March to April, the city lost workers compared to last year and saw its unemployment rate nearly reach 10 percent. The Chicago-Naperville-Joliet area saw its unemployment rate increase from 9.3 percent to 9.9 percent during April, higher than the national unemployment rate of 8.9 percent. The area’s unemployment […]


Chicago Construction Jobs Resurface with ARRA

Posted on May 26, 2009

The federal government is providing money that will help create several Chicago construction jobs. The economic stimulus will provide enough funds for the City of Chicago to resurface more than 31 miles of streets, which will in turn create new jobs and sustain existing positions. The city expects to receive a total of $86 million […]


Chicago Government Jobs Saved through Budget Measures

Posted on May 12, 2009

Some Chicago government jobs could be saved as the city takes measures to address its budget deficit. Mayor Richard M. Daley recently proposed that the City of Chicago cut non-union personnel costs by $10 million and save $2.6 million through management efficiencies. These moves would help the city’s budget deficit, which has increased to $96 […]


Chicago Advertising Jobs Cut with Burnett

Posted on May 4, 2009

At least two large companies are cutting advertising costs, which will result in the loss of hundreds of Chicago advertising jobs. Philip Morris, one of the country’s leading tobacco companies, recently announced that it plans to cut back on advertising. The company said it plans to scale back on spending for all brands except Marlboro, […]


More Chicago Summer Jobs Available

Posted on April 30, 2009

A city program will help create thousands of Chicago summer jobs. The Youth Ready Chicago program will provide summer employment for about 19,000 youths between the ages of 14 and 24. The deadline to apply for the jobs is May 29. “This year, because of the nation’s economic crisis, for some, these summer jobs are […]


Chicago Media Jobs Cut at Tribune

Posted on April 20, 2009

Some Chicago media jobs will soon be lost as the newspaper industry continues to decline. The Chicago Tribune recently announced that it will have to cut some jobs. However, according to an article by Editor & Publisher, the Tribune disputed a Crain’s Chicago Business report that the company would have cut 20 percent of its […]


Chicago Jobs Cut at Two Top Companies

Posted on April 14, 2009

Nearly 1,000 Chicago area jobs will be lost at two of the city’s top companies. Click here to see profiles of more top companies. About 900 jobs total will be cut at Discover Financial Services and ArcelorMittal, according to an article by the Chicago Tribune. Discover plans to cut about 500 jobs, mostly at the […]


Chicago Advertising Jobs Cut as JWT Closes

Posted on April 6, 2009

One company’s closing has resulted in the loss of several Chicago advertising jobs. Advertising agency JWT has decided to close its Chicago office, meaning about 50 employees will lose their jobs. Following the loss of some large clients, the agency was reduced to a satellite operation of JWT’s New York office. During 2003, JWT lost […]


Chicago Construction Jobs Created by O’Hare Projects

Posted on March 31, 2009

Federal stimulus money set aside for some expansion projects at O’Hare International Airport will create new Chicago construction jobs. The City of Chicago was originally hoping some of the $15 billion renovation project for the airport would be covered by stimulus money. However, the project doesn’t qualify under the criteria established by President Barack Obama. […]


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