The coronavirus crisis is one more blow to the already troubled real estate market in the Chicago area.
Many industries are being hit hard by the coronavirus and that includes real estate. Buyers are backing out of deals, fearing for their finances, and realtors are tasked with creating news ways to show home virtually. Jameson Sotheby's realtor Katie Gerding LeGrand weighs in.
The promotion runs through June 30.
Phil Flynn from The Price Futures Group joins us to provide his analysis on the latest U.S. jobs report.
A record-long streak of U.S. job growth ended suddenly in March after nearly a decade as employers cut 701,000 jobs because of the viral outbreak that’s all but shut down the U.S. economy.
Illinois continued to share in the nation’s economic pain wrought by COVID-19 with 178,421 unemployment claims filed last week.
Target is taking new steps to combat the spread of coronavirus at its stores.
Phil Flynn from The Price Futures Group joins us to talk about the week's latest unemployment numbers.
More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week - doubling a record high set just one week earlier - a sign that layoffs are accelerating in the midst of the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic has many of us distancing ourselves from shopping, leading to a hiring blitz at one grocery store chain.
The new claims released Tuesday by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development represent a more than 50-fold increase from from just 2,312 two weeks ago.
The majority of its 130,000 employees, including stock people and sales clerks, will still collect health benefits, but Macy's said that it is transitioning to an “absolute minimum workforce” needed to maintain basic operations.
Lenny Sanchez, co-founder of Gig Workers Matter, joins Good Day Chicago to talk about the unique challenges gig workers face in the economy wrecked by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment surged to 3.28 million last week, shattering a decades-old record in jobless claims as the coronavirus pandemic forced businesses around the country to shutter their doors.
The beer company is looking to give three months’ worth of beer to anyone willing to open their homes to a canine companion.
The programs vary by state, so the application process will depend on where you work.
CVS Health is hiring thousands of new workers and offering bonuses and new benefits in response to the coronavirus pandemic
Photos of signs at some Costco stores have begun circulating on social media that explain that returns on various high-demand items will not be accepted.
The hiring begins now through the end of May.
Delivery services and grocery store chains are among those in need of help.