We stumbled upon an interesting interactive graphic at the New York Times (thanks to a tip from The Chicago Reporter's blog) that highlights how race, gender, age and education level affect unemployment rates.
It's worth checking out.
Our "Give me a job, please!" series continues today with 5 questions and answers from job-seeker Anna Kuma, who recently completed a master's degree in Media and Communications at the London School of Economics.
...your inquiry about a job listing makes the iconic yellow happy face angry.
This photo came to us through our Flickr group. I challenge you to send in other "No Help Wanted" signs. I know there's one on Lawrence near Sacremento and another on Elston near Damen.
Today we launch our series "Give me a job, please!" with 5 questions and answers with job seeker and WBEZ listener Mary Gustafson.‚ It's now up to all you readers to volunteer a couple minutes of your time to‚ contribute your job hunting advice/tips/leads for her.‚ (And, if you want to participate
Darryl Harris is now the Director of Diversity Enhancement in Illinois.‚ I got a chance to talk to him late Friday night and asked him about‚ ‚ his new job,‚ and how he plans to increase minority participation in state contracts.
As part of our new "Give Me‚ A Job, Please!" feature that we're launching next week--we've been thinking a lot about really bad interview questions and personality tests (the tests where they ask the same question over and over and over in different ways).‚ ‚ One of the freelancers here at the stat