Wintrust Business Lunch 6/22/18: Overqualified for Jobs, Identifying Facts vs Opinions, & The Chicago Pride Parade

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Taxes are a thing Chicagoans are very familiar with, and now they can add another tax to the list. Andrea Hanis told Steve Bertrand about the latest development in states charging sales taxes for online sales which could help brick and mortar businesses. Tom Gimbel had a message to younger professionals that its OK to be over qualified during the beginnings of a career, while Michael Barthel presented the concerning results from research about people unable to recognize fact vs opinion statements, and Front Row Phyllis provided some entertainment options in and around Chicago during the crummy weather.


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