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Chicago is the largest city to make Money Magazine's prestigious Best Places to Live in America list this year. But if you want to take advantage of its affordable housing, excellent infrastructure, and first-class recreational opportunities you'll need gainful employment. Whether you're already a local...[Continue Reading]
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Once you've graduated with a degree in information technology, you're ready to land that big job. Luckily, the careers in the field of information technology are some of the fastest growing in the country. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that computer system analyst jobs will grow...[Continue Reading]
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The healthcare field is made up of much more than doctors and nurses. If you'd prefer to do things differently, perhaps one of these more unusual healthcare roles is for you. 1. Dance Therapist: Treat Patients Through Dance The medical world has long recognized the connection between the body and the...[Continue Reading]
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If you're on the lookout for your dream job, you probably spend ample time skimming the latest job listings and fantasizing about a better and brighter place. As you're preparing to take that next step and pursue the next position in your career climb, make sure you're not neglecting these essential...[Continue Reading]
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In the film "Tommy Boy," David Spade's character describes the high-caliber salesmanship of "Big Tom" as follows: "He could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves." That might be a bit far-fetched, but you get the point. With selling skills like that, you have to wonder if good salespeople...[Continue Reading]
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