The Chicago Police Board is now accepting applications for superintendent of the Chicago Police Department.
A job posting online by a family in New York City looking to hire a multi-hyphenated social media photographer, coordinator and “mother’s helper” is giving new meaning to the term hybrid role.
The Chicago Bears are celebrating Veterans Day with a job fair at Halas Hall.
It used to be that a free ski pass was enough to lure workers to seasonal jobs at mountain resorts. No longer.
Lyft is doing their part to help make sure everyone can get a ride to work, no matter their finanical situation.
Amazon has announced plans to open a fulfillment center in northern Illinois, creating more than 500 new, full-time jobs starting at $15 an hour with comprehensive benefits.
Delta announced it will hire 12,000 employees by next year as it expand its operations.
The U.S. economy added a modest 136,000 jobs in September, a gain that managed to lower the unemployment rate to a new five-decade low of 3.5% but also suggested rising caution among employers.
Employees of Lowe’s receive a 10 percent store discount, the company said.
Vampires need not inquire within — Domino’s is currently looking to hire a Chief Garlic Bread Taste Tester.
A credit card payment processing company cut the ribbon on its new office space in Idaho with a surprise raise for its employees.
He owns several of Chicago’s most popular restaurants and bars. But like others in the industry, Sam Sanchez fears proposed changes to minimum wage rules could kill jobs.
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.