Chicago Jobs Hiring
If you are searching for State of Illinois Jobs, here are some facts: Illinois is located in the Midwest. Its’ largest cities by population are Chicago, Aurora, Joliet and Rockford. At this moment the State has the most vacancies in the Human Services Agency. Job categories with the largest openings are Professional, Social Services, Clerical and Data Entry, Human Services and Records Management. Some job titles are account technician, office assistant and office clerk. You can apply directly at the State of Illinois or you can search for all jobs in Illinois on our Job Board.
Some good news regarding State of Illinois Jobs is that through the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant, 1087 jobs will be created with the Illinois Department of Transportation. There will be six projects in 13 communities to improve the rail system. The work will relieve congestion and improve safety.
In addition to State of Illinois Jobs, private companies are hiring as well. Our job board has these employers advertising for applicants right now: AT&T, Emergency Medicine Physicians, JP Morgan Chase, Northbrook Finance, Valic, Northrop Grumman, and Resources Global Professionals.
Below Governor Pat Quinn speaks about why State of Illinois jobs are the best social program in this recession. The plan is to create jobs through public works with investments in energy efficiency, fast railroads, highways, building new schools, and green collar jobs. He also talks about creating new educational programs in the Illinois colleges.
State of Illinois Jobs in Demand Now
The Illinois Workforce Info Center has some very interesting facts about jobs in the State of Illinois. The following occupations will be in demand through 2016. Registered Nurses are in the lead with an estimated 2961 job openings annually. These jobs follow in order of the most openings: Customer Service Representatives, Retail Salespersons, Janitors and Cleaners, Food Preparation and Servers, General Office Clerks and Business Operations Specialists. The industries that will be hiring are Administrative Support Services, Professional and Technical Services, Ambulatory Health Care Services, Educational Services, Food and Drinking places, Hospitals and Social Assistance.
The highest paying jobs as of 2007 in the State of Illinois are Dentists, Air Traffic Controllers, Pediatricians, Lawyers, Nuclear Engineers, Engineering Managers, Podiatrists, and Information Systems Managers. In contrast, the lowest paying jobs are Animal Scientists, Door to Door Sales, Legislators, Cashiers, Gaming Dealers, Umpires, Cooks, Waiters, and Shampooers.
Here are the largest employers for State of Illinois jobs: Chase, Adjutant General, Allstate Insurance Co., State Farm Mutual Auto Ins Co., Abbott Labortories, and University of Illinois Chicago.