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XR Trading LLC - Chicago, IL

growing Chicago based proprietary trading firm, is seeking candidates for our trader positions. This position will fit talented college graduates who possess...

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The Hagan-Ricci Group, Inc. - United States

HRG, working with various U.S. (NYC, Chicago) and overseas (UK, Asia) clients, is seeking experienced quantitative professionals with proven track records (high...

Sponsored by The Hagan-Ricci Group, Inc. - 30+ days ago

Rapidly growing Chicago-based proprietary trading firm seeks Traders. This entry-level position is perfect for a talented college graduate who is highly...

Sponsored by XR Trading LLC - 17 days ago

Jump Trading, LLC - Chicago, IL

ever-changing markets. As a part of Jump's dynamic environment, whether as a trader, or a member of our technology group, you will have an excellent opportunity...

Sponsored by Jump Trading, LLC - 30+ days ago

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by Dirty_Old_Bastard

Not enough stupids in the World to put their funds in a losing proposition.
NEW YORK -- The nation's first experiment in carbon emissions cap and trade has come to an end, but its mark on the climate change industry will be felt for some time to come.
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Tech is down; finance is treading water

by WindyCityBlues

I have no data, just opinions.
In Chicago alone, Motorola shed 25k tech jobs and Lucent lost 30k. When combined with the cuts at Tellabs, Rockwell, Goss Graphics, Westell, 3COM, and many many others, the tech market is lousy. Simple.
With CBOE, CBOT, CME, and the new Eurex stock exchanges located in Chicago, finance is one of the core industries. And since finance and financial services are doing better than tech, I think most of the SW and IT jobs are found in the trading companies, clearing houses, and banks.
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by InChi

Manufacturing is deteriorating quite quickly, most are located in the suburban rural areas.
Financial is quite spreadout. You'll find great companies in Downtown and/or suburbs. For example, Discover Financial, Allstate, Capital One, Numerous banks & Insurance in the suburbs. While the downtown area consists of Chicago Merc Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade, plenty of Banks, UBS, Boeing, trading firms Etrade, etc...Obviously, you'll find more in the downtown area.
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