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Warehouse Jobs in Chicago, IL

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Hormel Foods

Chicago, IL

General Labor - Sign-On Bonus

Hormel Foods

Chicago, IL

Freight Handler


Des Plaines, IL

Warehouse Dock Worker


Wood Dale, IL

Entry Level Warehouse - 16.00/hr

Randstad USA

Chicago, IL

Warehouse Worker

Randstad USA

Bensenville, IL

Production Associate (1st shift)

Bimbo Bakeries

Cicero, IL

Material Handler / Assembler

Advantage xPO

Buffalo Grove, IL

Warehouse Package Handler

FedEx Ground

Munster, IN

Chicago Warehouse Jobs Overview

Warehouse jobs are the backbone of the US economy. As part of the supply chain, warehouse workers are crucial to businesses moving goods from one place to another. Without these dedicated professionals, order fulfillments for the countless number of suppliers and online shoppers all around the globe would grind to a halt. Warehouse workers are necessary to keep society functioning. Warehouse jobs are open to a wide variety of job seekers and don’t require a degree from a university.

Choosing a job as a warehouse worker is a great option if you enjoy a fast-paced environment and working with your hands. You’ll be completing shipments by processing orders, enforcing inventory controls, preserving a safe and clean work environment, and contributing to a team. And you’ll have many opportunities to do work just like this. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates that hand laborers and material movers will see a 4% increase in employment over the next 10 years.

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About Working in Chicago, Illinois

If you're going to Chicago to experience "da Bears," deep-dish pizza, and windy streets, native Chicagoans say "fogetta 'bout it!" While these have made Chicago famous, you'll find many locals eating thin-crust, tavern-style pie. Plus, the city isn't on any list of the windiest cities in the U.S.—a local newspaper named it "The Windy City" after the Chicago elite's propensity toward boastfulness and self-promotion. And while the Chicago jobs list (hit jobs, that is) includes notorious mobsters from Chicago like Al Capone, John Dillinger, and Baby Face Nelson, linguists are noticing that the "Chicago accent" is disappearing.

However, there's a reason Condé Nast Traveler has named Chicago the "best big city in the U.S." Chicago is home to top universities, including Northwestern University, Wheaton College, and Valparaiso. And if you're looking for Chicago jobs, you can relocate to any one of the city's unique neighborhoods, such as North Center with its cozy Irish pubs and breweries or Uptown, the lively entertainment district. For those who want to live further out from the city, you can also find jobs in popular suburbs including Cicero, Oak Park, and Evanston.

Update Your Chicago Warehouse Resume

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How Much Do Warehouse Jobs Pay in Chicago, Illinois?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in warehouse jobs in Chicago, Illinois, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median laborer/ warehouse worker pay in Chicago is $14.95 per hour, which is 4% higher than the national average.

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