In the wake of Mayor Daley’s decision to step down, every Monday "Eight Forty-Eight" is looking at some of the issues facing Chicago’s next mayor. On this episode of Mayor Monday, the show looks at the economy.It’s taking a while to move out of the recession
The U.S. Senate is expected to take a procedural vote today on a deal to extend Bush-era tax cuts. The procedural vote would pave the way for a final vote on the package, possibly this week.Illinois U.S.
While a hallmark of President Obama’s administration has been transforming public education, lately his primary focus has been economic reforms. This week President Obama pitched a bipartisan deal aimed at bolstering the economy.
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
With no job and no income, it can be hard to maintain that "clean cut" look while navigating the maze of unemployment. That's why Charles Martin at Salon 64, 1064 W. Bryn Mawr, is now offering free hair services for the unemployed.
Recently laid-off Chicagoans, this is for you: Julie Sullivan at the Chicago Work-Life Balance Examiner writes about what to do as soon as lose your job. The article is hyper local so you can find all the resources right here in Chicago.