Kohl’s announced this week that it plans to hire 90,000 employees nationwide for the 2019 holiday season.
The unemployment rate may be low but thousands turned out today at a job fair hosted by online retailing giant Amazon.
Amazon is doubling the number of workers at his operations in Chicago's Loop.
As the holiday season nears, Target and UPS announced the need for thousands of seasonal employees to handle the upcoming influx of shoppers.
Uber plans to open a new office in Chicago and add 2,000 people to its area workforce over the next three years.
UPS said Monday it expects to hire about 100,000 seasonal workers and pay them more to handle the avalanche of packages shipped between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Amazon is going on a hiring spree.
If you’re looking for a job in the midst of the tight labor market, it helps to know which sectors are growing the most and where.
Around 18,000 of Chicago's homeless had a college education in 2017 and more than 13,000 had jobs, according to a study that challenges stereotypes about homelessness.
A first of its kind career academy in the western suburbs is training individuals who are often forgotten in the workforce. Nearly two-thirds of adults with disabilities are unemployed, but they want to work.
A trend called "ghosting" is making its way to the working world.
McDonald’s wants to hire 2,400 people in the Chicago area this summer.
For one area company, Veteran’s Day this weekend has a special meaning and importance. Mike Greco and Chris Hellickson from JDog Junk Removal, the only U.S. military-branded company and franchise offered exclusively to veterans and their families.
With the end of the school year approaching, college grads are now turning their attention to finding their first job. What opportunities are out there and what are their expectations of entering the working world?
Soon your Amazon order could be on your doorstep even faster, all thanks to a new distribution site set to open in Joliet.