The Put Illinois to Work program will end in mid-January.The program provides government-subsidized $10 per hour jobs at no cost to employers.Some critics questioned the cost of a program that doesn't guarantee permanent jobs.
The results of a fiercely contested Cook County election are exposing a gulf between white liberals and minority voters.Forrest Claypool’s anti-machine rhetoric has proven popular over the years with white progressives.
Developers are connecting the nation's railways to enormous state-of-the art warehouses to make shipping easier for big companies like Walmart. One of the most ambitious of these projects is in southwest suburban Will County.
On Tuesday, NPR's All Things Considered aired a commentary from author Firoozeh Dumas about the lost art of job rejection letters.‚ It was coincidentally the same day I sent out almost 1150 rejection emails.‚ I had to let candidates know they were no longer in the running for an A
Wait, what? How can I do that? Larry Stybel at the Harvard Business Review tells us it's possible. You could be fresh out of college or newly unemployed, but Stybel tells us we can beat that old Catch-22: "You can't get a job without experience, and you can't get experience without a job."
This is a reminder Ricoh Americas Corporation is hosting an open house 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at 2250 W. Pinehurst Boulevard in Addison, Ill. The open house features positions for accounting executives and outside sales representatives.
The founder of Teach for America, Wendy Kopp, recently chatted with New York Times reporter Adam Bryant about what she looks for in a job candidate. Some of her suggestions seem valuable for anyone searching for a job. Here's an excerpt from the interview:
Q. Talk about the art of goal setting.