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(Chicago Tribune) — With the recession disproportionately impacting the middle-class, Chicago on Monday will begin a series of programs to teach unemployed middle-income workers new technological skills that could make them more competitive in the job market.

Chicago Career Tech is one of the first of its kind in the nation, organizers said, targeting workers such as mid-level managers, teachers and personal bankers who lost their jobs during the recession. Traditionally, there has been a gap in assistance programs for such white-collar workers, organizers said.

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