Earlier this month, Facebook announced an initiative to train 1 million people and business owners in digital skills.
The Illinois Labor Relations Board is moving forward with giving step increases to unionized state workers.
Microsoft is working on automated checkout technology that could help retailers compete with Amazon’s new cashier-less stores.
Outcome Health has hired a top executive from an advertising giant to be its chief executive officer.
Many young entrepreneurs face the obstacle of not being taken seriously, but being young has its advantages.
The list of team reps includes three Hall of Famers, five former MVPs and four Rookies of the Year.
The Illinois House has sent the governor a measure raising public school teacher salaries to a minimum of $40,000 a year.
Getting a job at a store or fast-food restaurant is a lot more complicated than it used to be.
What very few people want to talk about: How do we organically grow the next generation of journalists of color?
“Before I got into this program, I didn’t have the same mindset I do now,” said Keavon Cooper, who works at Wendy’s. He plans to work in construction.
Teens looking for a summer job, mentorship and learning to budget their money have one more week to apply for the city’s One Summer Chicago program.
A program that allows foreign students to stay in the U.S. for temporary employment after graduation has expanded significantly over a dozen years.
To recognize the contributions of military mothers and spouses, Trump sign an order to promote the hiring of the spouses by the federal government.
A community-owned sustainable grocery store will occupy the newly restored Gerber Building that is part of the CTA Wilson Red Line station.
Women account for 31 percent of the money going to House candidates, their highest share of the donor pool in any election cycle.