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Company creates Chicago communications jobs

Posted on September 1, 2015

Gogo is expanding and creating more Chicago communications jobs. The provider of in-flight connectivity has opened company’s new global headquarters in The Gogo Building, located at 111 North Canal. The company now has more than 730 employees in Chicago and occupies more than 230,000 square feet over four floors in the building. The new headquarters […]


Tuition award to fill Chicago jobs

Posted on August 26, 2015

A new tuition award is helping to fill Chicago jobs. This award will enable Chicago Public Schools (CPS) graduates to pursue further education at significantly lower costs through eligibility for the new UIC Star Scholar Award, a UIC-funded education award, for two years. This new program will allow hard-working students $2,500 per year in additional […]


Chicago manufacturing jobs a big focus

Posted on August 4, 2015

Chicago manufacturing jobs are the main focus for Chicago currently. A new workforce initiative, the 1000 Jobs for Chicagoland Manufacturing campaign, is committed to connecting 1,000 Chicagoans to open manufacturing careers, through direct placements or linking residents who need additional skills to training and apprenticeship programs. Over the last three years, the manufacturing sector has […]


Company to hire for technician jobs in Chicago

Posted on July 31, 2015

Comcast has said they are hiring for technician jobs in Chicago, among other jobs. The company will hire about 200 employees. The new employees will work out of the company’s Elmhurst facility and serve customers in the Chicago area and Illinois, as well as other Midwest and Southeast states. The workers will schedule, monitor and […]


Interchange to create Chicago construction jobs

Posted on July 25, 2015

An interchange project for I-290 may create Chicago construction jobs. The Illinois Tollway is rebuilding the I-290 Interchange at Illinois Route 390, estimated as a $440 million dollar project. The I-290 Interchange Project will include 17 new ramps and 15 new bridges in the interchange area, which will provide free-flow travel in all directions. The […]


Wage increase affects Chicago jobs

Posted on July 3, 2015

A new minimum wage increase is affecting Chicago jobs. The city’s minimum raise will be $10, the first raise for Chicago workers since 2010. An increase of the tipped minimum wage to $5.45 is also in effect. In December 2014, City Council passed the Mayor’s ordinance to raise the minimum wage for all Chicago workers […]


Will new initiative create Chicago IT jobs?

Posted on June 30, 2015

A new initiatve that focuses on technology could create more Chicago IT jobs. The City of Chicago Technology Plan identifies 28 initiatives in five key areas as part of a comprehensive vision for a future shaped by groundbreaking technology: next generation infrastructure, making every community a “smart” community, effective and efficient government, civic innovation, and […]


Minimum wage increase to impact Chicago jobs

Posted on June 22, 2015

A minimum wage increase will affect thousands of Chicago jobs. To ensure that workers know about their rights in the workplace, the City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) will host a series of information sessions throughout the city to prepare businesses and workers for the first minimum wage increase for […]


City to create Chicago hospitality jobs

Posted on June 2, 2015

The opening of a new riverwalk will create Chicago hospitality jobs. The Chicago Riverwalk will provide dining, educational, cultural and recreational activities along the waterfront stretch from LaSalle to Lake Shore Drive for the 2015 summer season. The exciting new lineup includes numerous dining options, live entertainment, biking, kayaking, cruises, boat rentals and water taxis. […]


Boot camp to boost Chicago start-up

Posted on May 29, 2015

A new boot camp is boosting Chicago start-up jobs. Chicago Startup Boot Camp, a new program aimed at supporting the thousands of entrepreneurs and small businesses located in Chicago’s more than 70 incubators, accelerators, and co-working spaces. The city developed this day-long boot camp program to address the needs of our city’s small business owners. […]


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