By  on June 22, 2010

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Monday it is working with the city of Chicago on a plan to build “several dozen” stores and create about 10,000 jobs in the process.

As part of a long-term initiative, dubbed the Chicago Community Investment Partnership, Wal-Mart said within five years it would seek to open stores that, in addition to positions within the stores and organization, would create about 2,000 unionized construction jobs to help ease the city’s 11.4 percent unemployment rate.

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