Here is where you start your job hunt. ChicagoJobs.com's powerful search tools and continually updated database of jobs are designed to help you find your next job.
Enter the words to search on here. Each line can have a complete phrase, but each separate word or phrase should be on a separate line. For example, "Graphic Designer" can be entered on one line, but "Designer" and "Artist" should be on separate lines.
Smart Match uses concepts to expand your search beyond your keyword. For example, if you use "Nursing Assistant" as a keyword, Smart Match will also look for jobs containing "CNA", "Geriatric Aide", "Associate Nurse", and others. This can find more jobs than keywords alone can. Please note that if a job matches due to a Smart Match term, this term will not be highlighted in the result list.
All jobs fall under one or more of the following categories. Choose as many categories as you want to search in.
Choose one or more job types. Not specifying a job type will look for postings with any job type.
In general, full-time employment involves workweeks of 35-40 hours. Part-time employment is less.
Choose one or both job schedules. Not specifying a job schedule will look for jobs with any schedule.
Enter the lowest salary you would be willing to accept.
Use this to restrict your search to a specific company's listings. It will match any part of an employer's name. For example, searching on "int" in this field will show job listings from Covisint, International Paper, and any other company with "int" in its name.
Use this to restrict your search to the most recently posted jobs within the given timespan.
ChicagoJobs.com offers you three different methods of specifying where you want to work. Choose one method.
Choose a local newspaper if you only want to see local jobs listed within that newspaper.
Use this location method to identify the city you want to search in and the range around it.
The distance from the specified location. For example, a Job Search Distance of 100 miles will find any job within 100 miles of the center of the city you name.
Find any job within a state or group of states.
Registered users who save their search queries can receive email about new matches.
The Reset button restores everything to the original state it was in when the page loaded. If the form was pre-populated with information, hitting reset will restore those values, not clear them.